As neighboring nations kept a close eye on missile movements in North Korea, people in the country’s capital began celebrating a series of April holidays, including the anniversary Thursday of their leader’s appointment as head of the ruling Worker’s Party.
By Marrah Erika Lesaba
A Philippine Coast Guard-led search team has found the bodies of two South Korean expert divers who were reported missing since Tuesday after going on a dive in the waters off Barangay Mapating in Maricaban Island, Batangas.
By Chito Aragon
The police arrested on Friday six Korean nationals allegedly running an illegal online gambling operation at a condominium in this city.
By Jung Ha-Won
Park Geun-Hye, the daughter of an assassinated dictator, officially launched her bid Tuesday to become South Korea’s first female president, with polls placing her as frontrunner in December’s election.
By Maricar Cinco
Police arrested eight Koreans and rescued over 300 pit bulls in separate raids on an underground dog fight arena and a dog farm in Caluan and San Pablo City in Laguna.
U.S. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is heading to Asia on Sunday to attend a second summit of world leaders on nuclear security in South Korea and meet the leaders of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
ILIGAN CITY—Armed men freed the two remaining South Koreans they kidnapped in Lanao del Norte on Oct. 21 hours after releasing the first South Korean victim. The fate of three other captives, all Filipinos, was uncertain, however. Col. Aldred Limoso, of the 2nd Mechanized Infantry Brigade, said the two South Koreans—Wu Seok-bung and Kim Nam-du—were [...]
ILIGAN CITY—One of three South Koreans kidnapped while checking mining prospects in Lanao del Norte has been released on Thursday, authorities said yesterday. Chief Supt. Felicisimo Khu, chief of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operation (Dipo) in Western Mindanao, said Choi In-soo was abandoned by his kidnappers in Barangay Kalimudan in Salvador, Lanao del Norte, [...]
Seven crewmen were missing and 14 others were rescued after a South Korean bulk carrier sank in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), Seoul’s foreign ministry said Tuesday.
By Frances Mangosing
The Philippine National Police has activated its Korean help desk amid “sensational and heinous crimes” involving South Koreans in the country, its spokesman said.