SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s main opposition leader expressed hopes for an end of “politics of hatred,” as he left a hospital Wednesday about a week after he was stabbed in the neck by a knife-wielding man who approached while asking for his autograph.
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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed cooperation on extended reality devices with LG Electronics executives on Wednesday as part of his visit to South Korea that highlights Meta’s ambitions in artificial intelligence.
SEOUL — South Korean security guards were acting within the law when they removed a man who was heckling President Yoon Suk-yeol as he was making a speech at a university graduation ceremony, the president's office said on Friday (Feb 16).
SEOUL -- Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong, fresh off an acquittal in a high-profile corporate malfeasance trial, wasted no time last week in displaying hands on management, foregoing a traditional South Korean holiday to inspect the company's operations in Malaysia.
Tech Latest by Nikkei Asia brings you the newest updates from Asia's technology industry. In this episode, Alice French talks to Seoul correspondent Kim Jaewon about the status of disgraced Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon, and the latest on Samsung chair Lee Jae-yong's fraud case.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A South Korean court on Monday acquitted Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong of financial crimes involving a contentious merger between Samsung affiliates in 2015 that tightened his grip over South Korea’s biggest company.
SEOUL -- South Korean prosecutors on Thursday appealed a Seoul district court ruling earlier this week that found Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong not guilty of stock price manipulation and accounting fraud.
In South Korea, Samsung billionaire Lee Jae-yong acquitted in succession suit related to 2015 merger
Samsung Electronics Co. Executive Chairman Lee Jae-yong scored an important victory on Monday after a Seoul court acquitted him of stock manipulation charges, allowing the billionaire to keep leading a conglomerate under threat from rivals old and new.
An assailant who repeatedly struck a South Korean lawmaker with a rock as she tried to resist was a 14-year-old boy who was sent to a mental health facility on Friday, Seoul police said as they continue to investigate the attack.