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There's a decent chance the National Assembly will vote to impeach Park Geun-hye, but it's far from clear that the conservative-leaning Constitutional Court would uphold a motion to force her from office.

If the allegations are true, the ramifications are huge.

The daughter of a Korean "shaman" may bring down the country's president.

In Japan and South Korea at least, local taxpayers bear a lot of the burden.

North Korea's media had a unique take on the reunions: They're all thanks to Kim Jong Un.

"A proper reaction."

President Obama signaled that the U.S. may not transfer wartime command over South Korean troops as planned in 2015

The country has a suicide rate more than twice of the United States.

It may be the ultimate symbol of why two countries that have so much to gain from cooperation almost never do.

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