SEOUL, South Korea | Signs with "wellbeing" written in English are popping up all over Korea from corner markets to high-end spas. Its meaning: a healthy and wholesome body inside and out.
By Larisa Epatko
SEOUL, South Korea | With Chinese President Hu Jintao visiting Washington and questions over China's support of North Korea in the air, we visited a Seoul train station to ask South Koreans their opinions on China and its behavior.
The Group of 20 summit in South Korea concluded with some broad goals but many lingering questions over currency disagreements and trade imbalances. Judy Woodruff gets more on what happened -- and what didn't happen -- with Eswar Prasad of…
President Obama faces international criticism over disputed currency policy as the G-20 Summit kicks off in Seoul. World leaders question whether the U.S. Federal Reserve is making sound economic decisions for the global economy. Judy Woodruff has details.
As President Obama meets global leaders in South Korea to tackle currency and trade disputes, he will face concerns over U.S. actions that could drive down the value of the dollar and hurt the price of exports. Judy Woodruff speaks…
The U.S. announced plans to conduct naval exercises off the Korean peninsula in response to the sinking of a South Korean vessel two months ago. Judy Woodruff gets two views from experts on Asian affairs about the investigation into the…
South Korea announced plans to suspend trade with communist North Korea over the sinking of a warship in disputed waters two months ago. Judy Woodruff reports on the mounting tensions on the Korean peninsula.
North Korean officials have flatly denied accusations that they sank a South Korean naval ship two months ago. Judy Woodruff reports on the rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
By PBS NewsHour
President Bush arrived Tuesday in Seoul, South Korea, at the start of a weeklong tour that also will take him to Thailand and then China for the Olympics' opening ceremony.
By PBS NewsHour
North Korea test-fired a battery of short-range missiles Friday in what some analysts viewed as a show of the reclusive state's anger at Washington and South Korea's new conservative government.
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