'CashEnglish' app rewards users with real cash

'CashEnglish' app rewards users with real cash

A South Korea-based educational startup named BeNative has launched this app called CashEnglish, which will reward users with real cash for playing educational games.

India’s bid for NSG membership blocked as member countries fail to arrive at a consensus

India’s bid for NSG membership blocked as member countries fail to arrive at a consensus

China opposes India's entry to Nuclear Suppliers Group, saying the global non-proliferation order would collapse if New Delhi was allowed exception.

'US will continue to expand defense systems to protect South Korea, regional allies from North Korean missiles'

'US will continue to expand defense systems to protect South Korea, regional allies from North Korean missiles'

The United States will continue to expand its defense systems to protect South Korea and regional allies from North Korean missiles, Pentagon chief Ashton Carter said Wednesday. 

North Korea fails again with new missile test: S Korea

North Korea fails again with new missile test: S Korea

The North has already made four previous failed attempts this year to test fly the Musudan.

Bitter row over North Korea defectors moves to Seoul court

A Seoul court convened a rare hearing Tuesday into the welfare of a dozen North Korean defectors who South Korea says escaped of their own free will but Pyongyang insists were abducted.

North Korea moves intermediate-range missile to east coast, no sign of imminent launch

The North Korea missile is presumed to be a Musudan, a source said, the same missile it attempted to launch in May.
 

Before hearing, Pyongyang pushes claim South abducted women

As South Korea's main spy agency prepares a courtroom defense of its continued detention of 12 North Korean waitresses who had fled from China, Pyongyang is using the women's relatives and colleagues to step up its accusations that they were tricked into leaving their jobs and essentially kidnapped.

South Korea tightens security of US airbases after Islamic State threats

South Korea has strengthened security around US airbases after the country`s spy agency reported that the Islamic State (IS) terror group has included the US facilities in the country as its target of attacks.

NSG membership won't give India tangible gains: Expert

The plenary meeting of the NSG is expected to be held in Seoul, South Korea on June 24.

South Korea holds navy drill near disputed border with North

The manoeuvres will involve 20 naval ships, including an Aegis destroyer, as well as 10 aircraft including anti-submarine helicopters.

South Korea holds navy drill near disputed border with North Korea

The two Koreas fought bloody naval battles near the sea border known as the Northern Limit Line (NLL) in 1999, 2002 and 2009.

China bans exports of nuclear-use technology to North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has not visited China since coming to power and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping has not been to Pyongyang.

Operation to lift South Korean sunken ferry suspended

Strong waves forced the suspension of an operation to lift a South Korean ferry that sank in 2014 in a disaster that shocked and enraged the country, a spokesman said today.

North Korean hackers steal defence files from South

North Korea operates an army of more than 1,000 hackers who stage hacking or cyberattacks targeting Seoul's major institutions or key officials.

South Korea`s Park urges `bone-crushing` reform on shipbuilders

The South`s mighty shipbuilders including Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering have dominated the global market for past decades.

South Korea begins operations to salvage sunken ferry

South Korea on Monday announced it has begun the difficult operation to salvage the Sewol ferry, which sank off the southwest coast of the country in April 2014.

Thousands march in Seoul for Gay Pride parade

Thousands march in Seoul for Gay Pride parade

Some 2,000 police were deployed along the parade route as hundreds of Christians turned out to protest the event, chanting slogans and holding up one sign in English that read: "Homosexual is sin. Return to Jesus".

China opposes India's NSG membership bid in Vienna, but New Delhi still hopeful of turnaround

China opposes India's NSG membership bid in Vienna, but New Delhi still hopeful of turnaround

China has been opposing India's membership bid saying the elite nuclear club should not alter criteria for specific applicants.

Coast Guards of India, Korea hold joint exercises

Coast Guards of India, Korea hold joint exercises

Many officials witnessed the exercise, titled 'SAHYOG-HYEOBLYEOG-2016,' held off Chennai.

South Korea sends military vessels to repel Chinese boats

South Korea sends military vessels to repel Chinese boats

Four naval and marine boats were in neutral waters around South Korea's Ganghwa island to chase away about 10 Chinese boats.