How Lee can save the opposition (KOR)
If so, the time has come for the party leader to appear before the court to determine his own political future.
The irony of excavation being destruction
It is ironic to demand that local residents struggling to survive should protect their cultural properties.
U.S. court dismisses nuclear power lawsuit against KHNP, Kepco
The U.S. Federal District Court of Washington dismissed Westinghouse’s case filed against the Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP), Monday.
Lessons from Johnny Kitagawa (KOR)
Where Johnny’s affair is headed will be a key rudder deciding the very future of the Japanese music industry — and even Japanese society.
Moon administration allegedly manipulated housing data
The previous Moon administration in South Korea allegedly manipulated government statistics, particularly for housing and economic data, according to the Board of Audit and Inspection.
Dancing with regulations (KOR)
The legislature continues to go backward after it was pushed by the taxi union to disapprove the van-hailing service Tada four years ago.
BOK to maintain tight money approach over inflation uncertainties
The Bank of Korea will maintain a restrictive monetary policy amid uncertainties that may accelerate inflation, such as rising global oil prices and volatility in the won-dollar exchange rate.
Samsung, LG investors spooked by China’s iPhone ban
China’s push to ban Apple iPhones for government workers is dampening investment sentiment for Samsung, LG and smaller parts suppliers tied with the San Francisco-based smartphone maker.
Standing on China’s own
The “Two Bombs, One Satellite” project is still in progress. No one knows when and how its results will emerge.
A Beatle’s desperate quest for a guitar (KOR)
I wish I could see him play that bass guitar once more.