SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said late on Thursday it had arrested two South Koreans based in the Chinese border city of Dandong, accusing them of spying for South Korea.
The hacking of Sony Pictures’ computer files, apparently in revenge for a movie about a zany plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, marks a new chapter in the saga of cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. MostShow More Summary
The North Koreans are stretching the truth about their nuclear programme - for now.
SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - Russia and China discussed resuming six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program this week, while a South Korean diplomat said five of the participants had agreed on conditions to present to Pyongyang for restarting the negotiations.
There is a unicorn lair in North Korea. We know this because the Dear Leader of North Korea, Kim Jung Un, tells us so. According to the official Korean Central
Last week, Cut.com released its latest "100 Years of Beauty" video series, which features the beauty trends of Korea in less than two minutes. It shows the aesthetic differences between North and South starting at the 1950s mark (when...Show More Summary
In this extra scene, VICE News speaks with a former lieutenant of the North Korean People’s Army about a failed assassination attempt on Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il.
Korea has spent over half a century as an utterly divided nation, and while South Korea has progressed with the rest of the world North Korea has been kept in a sort of dictatorial time capsule. However, despite being shut off from the...Show More Summary
Almost five years ago, 46 sailors on a South Korean warship were killed in a torpedo attack that Seoul blamed on North Korea—and if North Korea doesn't officially say it's sorry for that ambush by Thursday (the fifth anniversary), an activist group will eventually fly 500,000 propaganda leaflets...
Late last year, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's comedy The Interview caused quite a ruckus. The action centers around two bumbling journalists on a mission to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, which, you can imagine, rubbed a few people the wrong way. Show More Summary
Kenneth Rowe is an 83-year-old retired engineer from Daytona Beach, Florida. No Kum Sok is the name he was born with in northern Korea. During the Korean War, No volunteered for the North Korean air force and trained to become a fighter pilot. Show More Summary
South Korean activists have decided that the time is not yet right to attempt to fly balloons into North Korea carrying copies of “The Interview,” the Sony Pictures comedy that depicts an assassination attempt on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
A massive fire erupted in North Korea on Monday and rapidly spread to the South Korean side of the inter-Korean border.
It seems that the powers that be in North Korea still harbor some negative feelings over the Seth Rogen comedy, The Interview. On Sunday, Noth Korean officials threatened to blow up any balloons that float over their borders carrying DVD copies of The Interview. Show More Summary
As Fox News reported, “South Korea blamed North Korea Tuesday for a December cyberattack on an operator of a nuclear power plant, saying that the virus used in the attack was similar to one made by North Koreans.”
Hyun Hak-bong, North Korea's ambassador to the United Kingdom, said that North Korea has the ability to launch a deadly warhead “at any time.”
Shin Dong-hyuk drew worldwide attention to the harsh realities of the North Korean regime with the 2012 book, Escape from Camp 14. The book details the young North Korean's life in one of the country's notorious labor camps as well as...Show More Summary
Absolutely fascinating long read on one of the first North Korean MiG pilots to defect: But before they showed him off to reporters, they decided he needed some coaching. On one especially touchy subject, they coached him to lie. A well-dressed American in civilian clothes (whose name No never heard) asked if he had ever […]
SEOUL, South Korea — If all goes according to plan, about 10,000 North Koreans will get to endure an hour of toilet humor from Seth Rogen and James Franco. And then watch a rocket-propelled grenade incinerate their supreme leader, Kim Jong Un. The average North Korean viewer, like the average...
This one splits into two screens in the 1950s to show South Korea and North Korea. Read the rest