The capital may never sleep, but there's plenty to see outside the city limits too, says Matthew C Crawford
South Korea’s opposition politicians continued their nonstop speeches for a fifth straight day in parliament on 27 February to block a vote on a government-backed anti-terrorism bill, one of the longest filibusters in history.
Kim Jong-un’s regime could be more 'rational and predictable' than the alternative, expert claims
After decades of anguish for thousands of South Korean women forced into military brothels during the Second World War, Japan has agreed to formally apologise and pay £8m towards their psychological care. David McNeill reports
Secretive state says resumption of programme has been delayed due to planned military drills in the South
New Year's Day message included call for improved ties with Seoul but also warning of possible 'nuclear catastrophe'
Is all well inside North Korea?
Jang was once seen as Kim's mentor long considered the country's second power - but his removal was blamed on 'corruption, drug use, gambling and womanizing'
Closure of border unit was a major blow to heavily indebted economy of North
United Nations expert panel in Seoul hears harrowing evidence from former inmates
The reformed British drugs cheat speaks of his disappointment at the recent positive tests of fellow sprinters
Escapee is prepare to risk execution to expose South Korean discrimination
Meeting could cool relations after a tense few months
IBF super-middleweight champion will face Mikel Kessler on Saturday night, tasked with beating the man who handed Froch his first defeat
King Abdullah Financial District Metro Station has been designed by half-British architect Zaha Hadid
The man who pays his way