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US, China: Hope for 'Harmonious' G20?

Policy Senior Fellow John Delury says cooperation between US and China imperative during G20

Korea Wave Washes Over Indian Region

Lifestyle

Manipur, India has fallen in love with Korean pop culture.

Happy Hangul Day!

Spectators gather at a statue of King Sejong in Seoul after a ceremony marking the 563rd anniversary of the creation of the Korean alphabet on October 9, 2009.(PARK JI-HWAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle

October 9 commemorates the invention of the Korean alphabet in 1446.

Asia's Prestigious Film Festival Opens

Tourists visit PIFF Plaza, a venue of the 15th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) October 7, 2010 in Busan, South Korea. The festival showcases 307 films from 67 countries and runs from October 7-15. (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
Arts

The fifteenth Pusan International Film Festival opened on Thursday night in Busan, a city in southeast Korea.

Korea's Kimchi Crisis

South Korean traders deliver cabbages, the basic ingredient to make kimchi, to clients at a market in Seoul on October 5, 2010. Bad weather this year has caused a serious cabbage shortage and a price spike, prompting South Korea to temporarily eliminate import duties on some vegetables. (Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle

South Koreans, pioneers in the art of kimchi-making, are in a pickle these days.

Photo of the Day: A Comfort Woman

Multimedia

On August 10 Japan's government issued a fresh apology for the country's past colonial rule of the Korean peninsula after women's rights activists displayed a portrait of a "comfort woman," a woman pressed into sexual slavery by Japanese occupiers during WWII.

Photo of the Day: Koreans Get Muddy

Koreans celebrate 13th Boryeong Mud Festival.
Lifestyle Koreans celebrate 13th Boryeong Mud Festival.