The Korea Herald (Korea)

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ ANN) - English-sepaking YouTubers documenting their time in Korea have become cultural ambassadors to draw international travellers to Korea.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Led by the new defence chief, South Korea's Ministry of National Defence seeks to overhaul cyber and security commands, addressing criticisms of excessive oversight.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald / ANN) - Chinese envoy to Seoul says US anti-missile system deployed in South Korea has seriously damaged the bilateral ties between Seoul and Beijing, which should be restored through mutual trust.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Speculations on whether Samsung Electronics forced Korea's prominent portal website operators to remove derogatory articles on Lee Jae-yong have gone widespread; however, Samsung has officially denied all rumors.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Located at the heart of Seoul, in Jongno, Gwangjang is South Korea’s largest traditional marketplace. It is among the 100 must-visit places chosen by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism this year.

GANGWON PROVINCE, South Korea (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Summer is here. To stay in just Seoul while your visit in South Korea is not enough. Let's dive into the crystal clear sea on easter coast. It promises one more than just the beaches.

GANGNEUNG/SOKCHO (The Korea Herald/ ANN) -  The long lost East Coast of South Korea is hoping to make a splendid comeback, aiming its eyes on Olympic games and vacation homes.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Harim Group is currently under close investigation for engaging in "unfair practices" by the government and the Fair Trade Commission.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Naver joined the AI bandwagon as it recently announced the release of its AI-based language translation program called Papago.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - US' hopes for revision to the Korea-US Free Trade Agreement will most likely face challenges as South Korean Minster of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Kim Yung-rok refuses to agree to any demand concerning rice imports.