Posts Tagged ‘Korea’

On Joe Biden’s Visit to South Korea

On April 28, 2022, the White House officially announced that President Biden would travel to Korea and Japan from May 20 to 24 to meet with the leaders of the US-led Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), which also includes Australia, Japan and India. The visit came 10 days after Yoon Suk-yeol took office as head of […]

Brain Freeze: Joe Biden Says North Korea Joined with U.S. to Sanction Vladimir Putin

President Joe Biden mistakenly claimed Friday that North Korea joined the United States to sanction Russian President Vladimir Putin.

U.N. Nuclear Disarmament Forum Welcomes North Korea to Chairmanship

The rotating chairmanship of the United Nations Conference on Disarmament, the body that produced the landmark Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty of 1968, will pass on May 30 to the most dangerous and intransigent nuclear rogue nation in the world, North Korea. 

Joe Biden Flies $40 Billion Ukraine Bill to South Korea to Sign as Russia Claims Strategic Victory in Mariupol

President Joe Biden signed a $40 billion bill providing aid to Ukraine on Saturday in South Korea after it passed in Congress.

North Korea Ignores Joe Biden Visit to Seoul

American President Joe Biden arrived in South Korea on Friday, eliciting no response from the communist North Korean regime at press time.

North Korea Mocks America with Claim Kim Jong-un Is Personally Helping Make Baby Formula

Regime media in North Korea published an article on Tuesday praising communist dictator Kim Jong-un for personally overseeing the production of baby formula in the country – an apparent mockery of America’s ongoing critical shortages of the infant product.

North Korea Claims over 1 Million Coronavirus Cases in Less than a Month

The government of North Korea announced that it had documented 1,213,550 cases of “fever” in the country, referring to Chinese coronavirus, between “late April” and Monday, an astonishing number given that the communist regime had claimed not to identify a single case of the disease before last week.

North Korea Reports First Coronavirus Deaths amid ‘Explosive’ Outbreak

North Korea documented six deaths from the Chinese coronavirus on Friday amid an “explosive” outbreak of the disease that infected 18,000 people in the country on Thursday, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported.

Tensions between South Korea and Japan Hit US Plans

On April 22, 2022, the Japanese Foreign Ministry called the Southern Kuril Islands, ceded to Russia as a result of World War II, “illegally occupied” for the first time since 2003. This wording, which has not been used for 19 years, has put the final nail in the coffin of the current phase of Russian-Japanese […]

North Korea Finally Admits to Coronavirus Cases, Locks Down ‘the Whole Country’

Communist government media in North Korea revealed on Thursday that the country had experienced a “break” in Chinese coronavirus prevention, confirming the first-ever official cases of the disease within its borders.

North Korea: Leather-Clad Kim Jong-un Confirms ‘New-Type ICBM’ Launch

Government media outlets in North Korea confirmed on Friday that communist dictator Kim Jong-un had tested a “new-type” intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which is described as a direct threat to the United States and the latest addition to the “state nuclear force.” Source

North Korea releases images of interballistic missile launch

The launch was the first time Pyongyang has fired the missiles at full range since 2017. Source

Shamanism and Politics in South Korea

After publishing the materials about the traces of shamanism in Yoon Suk-yeol’s case, the author received many comments asking him to clarify this case in more detail. Therefore, it was decided to offer some more insights on such issues as shamanism and politics in South Korea. Despite traditional role and popularity in the society, the […]

Ex-prosecutor and foreign policy neophyte wins South Korea presidency

Yoon Suk Yeol, a conservative former top prosecutor and foreign policy neophyte, was elected South Korea’s new president on Thursday, a win expected to herald Seoul’s drive to seek a stronger alliance with the United States and take a tougher line on North Korea. With over 99% of the votes counted early Thursday, Yoon from […]

Rothschilds Start War in Ukraine, Have Fat Boy in North Korea Fire off Missiles, Anything To Distract From The Need To Hang Mass Murderers Who Murdered Millions With Ratschild’s Human Herd culling Killer Jabs!

We need a distraction.Folks are figuring out our Killer Jabs are Killing them, start a war with Ukraine1YES PAPA! ‘North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile’https://www.rt.com/news/550732-ballistic-missile-test-korea/ I been telling folks I suspect the Ratschilds keep Fat Boy on retainer so when they need some diversion they have him run his mouth or shoot off some missiles. […]

‘War deterrent’: North Korea tests most potent long-range missile in five years

North Korea on Sunday fired what appeared to be the most powerful missile it has tested in the past five years, possibly breaching a self-imposed suspension as it attempts to wrest concessions from Washington and neighbours amid a prolonged stalemate in diplomacy. Sunday’s test was the North’s seventh round of weapons launches this month. The […]

The Terrorist Threat in South Korea in 2021

20th December 2021. The National Intelligence Service of the Republic of Korea has warned of the possibility of terrorist attacks by extremist groups in all parts of the world, including the Republic of Korea, before the approaching Christmas and New Year holiday season. The warning forms part of a report sent to 26 state institutions […]

South Korea Says Man Who Crossed Armed Border Is Previous Defector From North Korea

South Korea’s Defense Ministry on Monday said that the man spotted crossing the eastern inter-Korean border into North Korea on Sunday is presumed to be a North Korean defector who previously entered South Korea via the same route. On Sunday, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said that an unidentified person was spotted crossing the […]

Protests over post-vaccination deaths spread across South Korea

Home » Asia, Crimes, Protests » Protests over post-vaccination deaths spread across South Korea     One of the most vaccinated nations on earth is seeing increased public pushback over Covid-19 jabs, as demonstrators in South Korea are demanding accountability for deaths that they blame on the shots. Protesters gathered in Busan on Sunday after […]

Anti-Chinese Sentiment Continues in South Korea

We have mentioned more than once how anti-Chinese sentiments are nurtured in today’s South Korea, and although according to conservative circles, Moon Jae-in’s administration pursues a pro-Beijing course, an incitement of hatred towards China comes not only from below but also from above. According to a joint survey conducted in June 2021 by the daily […]

North Korea calls for unity on anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s death

North Korea on Friday commemorated the 10th anniversary of former leader Kim Jong Il’s death with calls for greater public loyalty toward his son and current leader Kim Jong Un, who is struggling to navigate the country out of deepening pandemic-related hardships. In his 10 years at the helm of North Korea since his father’s […]

S. Korea allocates $2.5m to support Afghan refugees in Iran

S. Korea allocates $2.5m to support Afghan refugees in Iran – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – The Republic of Korea has contributed USD 2.5 million to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and UNICEF, the UN Children’s Agency, in support of programs to help Afghan refugees in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Ambassador of the Republic of […]

“War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea” in China’s Most Expensive Film

In the fall of 2021, the center-left pro-government South Korean newspaper Hankyore published an article titled Why South Korea Should Fear China’s Renewed Interest in the Korean War on a Chinese blockbuster film, The Battle of Chosin Reservoir, about the actions of Chinese volunteers in the winter of 1950. Directed by cult director Chen Kaige and […]

South Korea Declares Multilateral Agreement To End Korean War

South Korean president Moon Jae-in announced that the four parties in the Korean War, which ended in a stalemate in 1953, have agreed “in-principle” to formally declare its end, indicating a major step towards peace. In a major development in the Korean peace process, South Korea, North Korea, China and the United States have agreed […]

Australia Signed Historic Defence Contract With South Korea Amid Increasing Regional Tensions

Australia has achieved a historic $1 billion weapons contract with South Korea as Prime Minister Morrison holds a formal talk with President Moon Jae-in in Canberra. The first international leader to visit Australia since the country reopened its borders, Moon and first lady Kim Jung-sook arrived in Canberra on Sunday night before the formal welcome […]

South Korea to Use Facial Recognition Cameras to Track COVID Cases, Ensure Mask Compliance

Authorities in South Korea are set to use the country’s facial recognition camera network to track people with COVID in real time and ensure they are wearing face masks. The system will first be tested in Bucheon, on the outskirts of Seoul, in January before being extended to other areas of the country. The scheme […]

A Pause in the Talks between the US and North Korea Continues

Since the failure of February 2019’s summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, relations between the US and North Korea have been put on hold, with no active dialogue, but no nuclear crisis or military stand-off.  On the one hand, Pyongyang has avoided any talks on the question of denuclearization. On the other hand, it is […]

South Korea Confirms First 5 Cases of Omicron Variant

SEOUL, South Korea—South Korea on Wednesday confirmed its first five cases of the new Omicron coronavirus variant in people linked to arrivals from Nigeria, prompting the government to tighten the country’s borders. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Wednesday the cases include a couple who arrived from Nigeria on Nov. 24 and a […]

What can the Pope do in North Korea?

Moon Jae-in visited the Vatican on October 29, 2021, when he met Pope Francis to discuss the possibility of a visit by the pontiff to North Korea, saying the Koreans hope the visit will help strengthen peace on the Korean Peninsula. Pope Francis responded positively and said he was willing to make the trip if […]

Details of the Economic Relations Between PRC and South Korea in 2021

The economic interaction between the ROK and the PRC during the reviewed period represented several overlapping trends. On the one hand, Beijing continues to act against companies involved in deploying US missile defense in South Korea. It restrains the penetration of South Korean cultural content into the country (mainly as part of the overall strategy […]

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