The North Korean leader agrees to shutter the Tongchang-ri missile-testing site in the presence of international observers
The Olympic proposal would require an unprecedented level of cooperation and mutual trust on the long-divided Korean peninsula
The two leaders agree to hold family reunions on a regular basis, work towards joining up road and rail links, and mount a combined bid for the 2032 Olympics
'I am acutely aware of the weight that we bear,' Moon Jae-in tells Kim Jong-un as they open two hours of formal talks at the headquarters of the ruling Workers' Party
Here are 5 things we have learned so far about the third summit between North and South Korea
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(UPDATED) Moon Jae-in is on a 3-day trip, following in the footsteps of his predecessors Kim Dae-jung in 2000 and mentor Roh Moo-hyun in 2007
Lee Jae-yong of Samsung Electronics joins other leaders of South Korean conglomerates to Pyongyang for an inter-Korean summit
An analyst says President Moon Jae-in may try to convince North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to verbally commit to providing a list of the country's existing nuclear program
'A new chapter in history is open here today,' says South Korean unification minister Cho Myoung-gyon
The meeting will be the third between the leaders of North and South Korea this year and comes as talks between Washington and Pyongyang over dismantling the North's nuclear arsenal have stalled
The office is a significant move in thawing relations between the two countries, and follows a meeting this month between the North's leader Kim Jong-un and a South Korean presidential envoy
'Authorities have traced and separated 20 people who have come in close contact with the infected person,' says the head of Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Leaders Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in will discuss issues including 'practical measures' to denuclearize the flashpoint peninsula
Special envoy Chung Eui-yong's delegation 'met with Chairman Kim Jong Un and delivered a personal letter (from Moon) and exchanged opinions,' a presidential office spokesman in Seoul says
The 3 victims were employees of one of Samsung's suppliers and were inspecting the factory's gas-related facilities, Samsung says
Chung Eui-yong, head of the presidential National Security Office, will lead a 5-member delegation to the North's capital
This marks the first time that North Korea has taken part in the International Shooting Sport Federation event in South Korea
The unnamed envoy will visit the North's capital city on September 5, Yonhap news agency says, citing a presidential spokesman
South Korea shelves it plan to open a liaison office in the north after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cancel his trip to Pyongyang
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Athletes from North and South Korea join forces to capture the dragon boat bronze
The decision by the Seoul High Court means the former head of state, who was ousted after a sprawling corruption scandal triggered mass protests, faces 25 years in jail
The relatives burst into tears when a loudspeaker announcement in a banqueting hall at the North's scenic Mount Kumgang resort declared: 'The reunion is over.'
(UPDATED) The families try to bridge the decades of separation through precious physical contact and by showing each other pictures of their relatives
North Korea and South Korea are also joining forces in women's basketball, canoeing and rowing in the two-week Asian Games in Indonesia
'The center of leadership will always be the people whom you serve,' Vice President Leni Robredo tells young leaders at the 2nd Asia Pacific Youth Exchange
The two sides 'agreed at the meeting to hold a South-North summit in Pyongyang in September as planned,' the joint statement says, without giving a precise date
Vice President Leni Robredo is joined by representatives from Youth for Peace Movement-Davao Oriental
News of the apparent breach comes after a UN report last week accused the North of evading sanctions by continuing to export coal, iron, and other commodities
The initial $22 billion investment is part of a total of $161 billion the group plans to invest over the next 3 years across its businesses.
The protestors are demanding that the government toughen punishments for offenders, and shutter websites hosting the footage
Munmu the Great is now on its way to Libya to secure the release of 3 Filipino engineers and a South Korean who were abducted in an attack on a water project site in western Libya on July 6
The new penalty for disgraced South Korean president Park Geun-hye is on top of the 24-year sentence she is already serving for corruption and abuse of power
Table tennis has long had an unusual impact in foreign affairs, most notably in the 'ping-pong diplomacy' of the 1970s between China and the US.
The Blue Eagles fail to earn a win against rival South Korea
China ranks 4th in a list of countries most trusted by Filipinos, based on a Pulse Asia survey commissioned by the Stratbase Albert del Rosario Institute
The two singers also answer the question: Can Filipinos become K-pop idols?
The decision by Samsung comes at a critical time for the South Korean electronics giant, which is facing a tough battle from Chinese competitors for the control of India's massive smartphone market
Pyongyang remains accused by many – including the UN – of a litany of rights abuses against its population
'What kind of country has South Korea become? A country where women can't even pee without having to worry about having their butts filmed in secret?' says a protester
This year's workshop will be participated by around 70 youth from the 10 ASEAN Member States, Korea, China, and Japan
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It's raining tequila in front of the South Korean embassy in Mexico City
The unfancied South Koreans pull off an upset over Germany, but it isn't enough to secure them a last 16 spot
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Germany is the 4th World Cup title holder of the century to be eliminated in the group stage
Germany will only go through to the last 16 if it wins by two or more clear goals against South Korea
Linking up the two systems – and modernizing the North's aging rail infrastructure – would give trade-dependent South Korea a land route to the markets of China, Russia, and on to Europe
Pyongyang's tightly controlled official media are normally packed with anti-American invective on June 25, when the North launched a mass invasion of the South in 1950. But this year proved to be a marked exception in the wake of the historic Singapore summit.