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Elderly Korean Americans stand up to church closure by mega-denomination

For more than two years, elderly Korean-American church members have been battling a mega-denomination. It was like banging head against the wall. Kisup Park (87)...

LAPD Captain Ponce hailed as hero for arresting suspect who assaulted senior

Captain Aaron Ponce of the Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) Olympic Community Police Station, which is responsible for the security of LA Koreatown, has...

Converging Taekwondo with K-pop, K-tigers set for NBC audition program

"We will share Korea's cultural competence through taekwondo performances." The K-Tigers Taekwondo Performance Team, which combines K-pop with taekwondo to create a cultural performance, is...

Strong dollar fuels surge in family and tourist visits to Korea this summer

A strong dollar, with the exchange rate to the Korean won approaching nearly 1,400 won to the U.S. dollar, is fueling more travelers' visits...

Korean citizenship law traps Korean-American youth, hinders U.S. Naval Academy entry

A second-generation Korean American with dual citizenship was recently accepted into the U.S. Naval Academy but is struggling to renounce Korean citizenship after he...

Billboard charting changes are for ‘credibility’: Company president addresses K-pop concerns

Decreasing the influence of digital downloads and making a separate category on the Billboard charts and the Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs) for K-pop —...

Le Sserafim debuts at Coachella to mixed reviews

Girl group Le Sserafim made its Coachella debut on Saturday to a mixed audience reaction. Some applauded the quintet's skillful performances, while others criticized members' vocal...

Kim Jong-un meets China’s top legislator Zhao to deepen bilateral ties

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met with Zhao Leji, China's No. 3 official, and discussed ways to deepen bilateral ties, the state-run Korea Central...

U.S. grants Samsung $6.4 billion CHIPS Act subsidy for Texas investment

Samsung Electronics will be given a subsidy of $6.4 billion for its $45 billion chip investment in Texas, the U.S. Commerce Department announced Monday,...

Why are fees for visas, green cards, citizenship spiking?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has increased fees for green card, citizenship, and other visa applications, effective April 1. This marks the...

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