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Dennis Rodman, who hangs out with Trump and Kim, says Korea peace deal 'could still work'

Asked if he has Kim's and Trump's numbers in his dated phone, Rodman replied: "You think people have a number in this damn phone? A flip phone? Really?"

Plans stall for unified Korean team at women's hockey event at Olympic qualifying event

South Korea will send its own team to the women’s Hockey Series Finals next month after talks with North Korea over fielding a unified team at the Olympic qualifying event stalled, Yonhap News Agency reported.


North Korea's box of bones: A mythical king and the dream of Korean unification

On a divided Korean peninsula, tales of King Dangun —the mythical founder of the first Korean kingdom more than 4,350 years ago— play a quiet but persistent role in keeping the dream of reunification alive.

Korean govt ministers meet to discuss post-summit specifics

Trump has encouraged US allies to maintain sanctions on North Korea until it denuclearizes to maintain a campaign of pressure against Kim's government.

Hope at the Demilitarised Zone as Koreas push to end war

South Korea knows the value of waiting. Along the road to the DMZ from Seoul, an area has been kept aside for when more vehicles would speed down that stretch “should reunification happen”.

India starts dumping probe on chemical from Korea, Taiwan

If established that dumping has caused material injury to domestic players, the DGAD would recommend imposition of duty on import of this chemical from these two countries to guard domestic industry against below-cost imports.


Seoul Food: Hitting the streets in search of Octopus

There is much more to Korean food than kimchi and the best place to discover that is on the streets of Seoul.

Day after US F-22 planes fly over South, spy agency warns of North Korean attack

North Korea has a history of attacks against South Korea, but it is impossible to independently confirm what's really happening in the secretive North Korea.

Korea is coming up as a popular destination for Indian tourists

Did you know you that Jeju Island in Korea is visa-free? This, and other interesting tidbits for those interested to travel to Korea soon.

North Korea: Worker's Party to hold biggest congress in decades in May 2016

The Workers' Party said Friday, Oct. 30, 2015 its 7th congress will be convened as it's faced with "the heavy yet sacred task" of build a thriving nation.

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India Art Festival hosts first edition in national capital

New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): After hosting successful four editions in Mumbai and an international edition at World Trade Centre in Seoul, Korea, India Art Festival has flown in to Delhi with over 300 artists and 40 art galleries from 15 Indian cities and 5 countries under one roof. From contemporary work to modern art or complex art forms, the three day long festival aims to provide a platform for artists, galleries, art collectors and connoisseurs to come together for dialogues and collaborations. Here, a few artists presented their own-self through their canvas, while few simply expressed their passion towards the art. Apart from this, one can get their hands on Urdu calligraphy carved on sculptures, miniatures that have taken 30 long years to get complete, portraits which are knitted with beads, colourful threads, precious and semi-precious stones and a lot of breath-taking paintings by various artists. India Art Festival, which began on January 14, will conclude onJanuary 17.