A presidential advisory group Tuesday recommended President Lee Myung-bak hold inter-Korean talks to restart the Mt. Kumgang tourism project.
SEOUL - In what is seen as part of efforts to resume the inter-Korean tourism program, North Korea on Monday asked South Korea to send relevant officials to their upcoming talks to arrange the ...
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Seoul reiterated on Monday its firm stance on a joint tourism project with North Korea, denouncing Pyongyang's decision to freeze South Korean assets at the Mt. Geumgang resort in the North.
SEOUL - Executives from South Korea's state-run Korean Tourism Organization (KTO) and inter-Korean tour operator Hyundai Asan Corp., will visit North Korea this week to survey their properties at ...
The inter-Korean working-level talks on two joint-tourism projects ended Monday with no significant progress made as the North refused to agree to Seoul's long-standing demands.
SEOUL — North and South Korea will hold talks next week about resuming tourism projects in the communist state if Seoul's conditions for the meeting are met, officials said Wednesday.
South Korea’s unification minister sent a message yesterday to his North Korean counterpart proposing a new date and venue for negotiations on resuming stalled tourism programs that allowed ...
SEOUL — Cash-strapped North Korea Thursday proposed talks with South Korea about resuming tourism projects which had earned it tens of millions of dollars a year until relations soured.
Seoul - South Korea on Monday rebuffed an offer by North Korea to revive a lucrative tourism project.
North Korea has proposed that the two Koreas hold talks on a visit to the Mount Kumgang resort by South Korean officials to probe the shooting death of a South Korean tourist there, an informed ...
SEOUL, South Korea — The head of a South Korean company running sightseeing programs to North Korea resigned Thursday over the shooting death of a tourist at a mountain resort in the communist ...
SEOUL — A South Korean province Tuesday proposed plans to turn a border area into a free tourism zone despite tension over North Korea's fatal shooting of a Seoul tourist.
South Korean officials are revealing what details they have so far of last week's fatal shooting of a South Korean tourist by the North Korean military.
The South Korean government is condemning North Korea's fatal shooting of a tourist from the South near a special North Korean resort.
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