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One for the ages

34-year-old Lee Hyun-Il beats Gao Huan, 24, in decider to help Korea stun mighty China.

Asia Arm Buildup

Asia arms up to counter growing Chinese might

Several Asian nations are arming up, their wary eyes fixed squarely on one country: a resurgent China.

Government clears pruned list for Asiad, football gets lifeline

The Prime Minister’s Office has approved 679 names — 516 athletes and 163 coaches and support staff.

Second member of K-pop group dies from car crash

Kwon Ri-sae, 23, died Sunday morning at a hospital in Suwon, just south of Seoul.


K-Pop Sets the Tone

The third edition of the K-Pop India Festival in Delhi was brimming with contestants and spectators alike.


Small sinkholes near world’s sixth tallest building cause big jitters

Mysterious sinking holes are forming near the world’s sixth tallest tower in South Korea.


Leander back on India duty, named in Asian Games squad

The 41-year-old will partner Rohan Bopanna in the doubles for the first time.


North Korea provokes world again; fires short-range ballistic missiles into sea

The missiles were fired from the southwest Hwanghae province and landed in the ocean.


Japan hits back over Beijing and Seoul WW-II proposal

China and S Korea have reportedly discussed joining forces for the 70th anniversary next year of Japan’s defeat in WW II.


North Korea wants cancellation of South Korea-US drills

North Korea might boycott the Asian Games if the drills go ahead in the same manner as in previous years.


Seoul: North Korea fires more missiles

The 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice and not a peace treaty.


South Korea: Ferry survivors return to school amid tears, grief

Of the 325 students on a class trip to the southern holiday island of Jeju, 75 were rescued, 245 died and 5 are still missing.


Search on for South Korea soldier who killed 5 comrades

Yim fled with his weapon, but it wasn’t clear how much live ammunition he had.


Fugitive’s wife arrested over S Korean ferry disaster

Kwon Yun-Ja, 72, was arrested at a flat in the southern suburbs of Seoul following a successful ambush, Yonhap news agency said.


Review confirms basis of Japan’s sex slave apology

Top Japanese officials protested the drills, but South Korean officials said the exercises were routine and rejected Tokyo’s demands to cancel them.


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