Issue acknowledged in official manual, gap may 'may expand slightly' over time As the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launches in South Korea, reports have emerged in the Korean press of an unusual hardware issue affecting some Note 4 units. The...Show More Summary
Kim Jong-un is apparently a cheese fiend. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has mysteriously been out of the public eye for nearly a month and many believe it's due to his over-the-top eating habits. According to South Korean paper Yonhap,...Show More Summary
A team at the Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea found that bacteriophages shows promise as growth promoter in pigs. Its combination with other additives was also studied.
Kim Jong Un may be out of sight, but he's certainly not out of mind, with the theories and explanations about his nearly month-long absence piling up. The latest, from South Korea's Chosun Ilbo : Cuban heels may be to blame. The paper has an unnamed source saying the leader fractured...
While the Xbox One is actually drawing lines in China, a report out of Korea says the console is, so far, having a rough go in the region. Read more...
Siemens has been awarded a €20m order from Hyundai Information Technology to deliver automation and signalling equipment for the 23km-long Sosa-Wonsi line, South Korea.
A South Korean cruise ship ran aground off the southwestern coast Tuesday but all of the 109 people aboard the vessel have been rescued, coast guard officers said.
Following dismal data from South Korea (industrial production plunged most since 2008), Japan (household spending missed again and dropped 4.7% YoY), and China (HSBC Manufacturing PMI missed for the 11th month in a row and dropped to 50.2 - barely expansion), and Hong Kong's ongoing protests, Asian stocks are all down hard. Show More Summary
With mass communication comes mass annoyance. That bane of modern life – the overheard cell phone conversation – has now come to North Korea, prompting the authorities there to issue guidelines on how to use the new-fangled devices.
With mass communication comes mass annoyance. That bane of modern life — the overheard cellphone conversation — has now come to North Korea, prompting the authorities there to issue guidelines on how to use the newfangled devices. Read full article >>
Tonywack‘s Fall/Winter 2014 collection entitled “Lost” is everything but. Tonywack is definitely not “lost.” No. If its Spring/Summer 2014 collection was boyish and youthful, its lineup for fall is a bit more grown up, elevated. Taking inspiration from the compass, the South… A More Mature Fall/Winter 2014 from Korea’s Tonywack is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
Samsung keeps making fun of Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus “Bendgate” problem, but the company might have issues of its own with the new Galaxy Note 4. The device might not bend, but buyers in South Korea have already noticed a manufacturing issue affecting some of the first Galaxy Note 4 units: Apparently, there’s a gap where there shouldn’t be. Show More Summary
Right now, 4,000 2015 Nissan Rogues are on their way from South Korea to North America, supplementing production of the crossover in Smyrna, Tenn. as part of an agreement signed between Renault Group, Nissan and Renault Samsung Motors in 2012. Show More Summary
It’s a bit difficult to think of myself as “not American:” I’ve spent 33 of my 34 years in this country and have no memories of a life in South Korea.
News has moved so quickly for so many years now that it's sometimes hard to remember what happened a week ago, let alone back in January. From the rise and burnout of Flappy Bird to North Korea's first marathon open to foreigners, a lot happened this past year. Show More Summary
Scorpio Tankers Inc. says it has taken delivery of four newbuilding vessels and agreed to time charter-in an LR2 product tanker that is currently under construction in South Korea.
Park Won-soon first visited Los Angeles many years ago as a young civic activist, visiting thrift stores and the L.A. Mission for ideas to take home to South Korea on bettering lives of the poor.
American Matthew Miller began his prison sentence last Thursday in North Korea, reports CNN. As reported by The Inquisitr last week, Miller was convicted of intentionally destroying his visa so that he would get arrested and experience North Korea’s violation of human rights firsthand. Show More Summary
Dennis Rodman tells TMZ Sports... his role of unofficial ambassador to North Korea is still going strong -- and now plans to bring WWE-style wrestling to Kim Jong Un country. Rodman was out in L.A. last night when he opened up about his plans…