Talk about sepanx (separation anxiety). People still can’t get over “Crash Landing on You (CLOY),” the hit K-drama about a South Korean heiress (Yoon Se-ri, played by Son Ye-jin)
KATHMANDU — It was a heart-sinking feeling, rolling up to the quiet and empty lot next to Hotel Yak & Yeti, only to find Pyongyang Arirang, the country’s only North
Eight North Koreans left for Moscow to study at a prestigious film school. They never returned.
A trio of hiking trails is set to open inside the demilitarized zone separating South and North Korea, to turn the area into a peace zone.
In spite of recent efforts to denuclearize North Korea, the image of the communist state remains unfavorable for most people around the world. From the country’s brash threats to its human rights record to the unpredictability of its young leader, dealing with Pyongyang has never been an easy task.
As part of recent historical summit talks involving the leaders of North Korea, South Korea and the United States, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met South Korean President Moon Jae In on April 27.