South Korea, Russia bilateral summit kicks off on sidelines of EEF 2017 in Vladivostok

President Moon Jae-in has arrived in the Russian city of Vladivostok this Wednesday afternoon. Our Moon Connyoung is traveling with the presidential press corps… she is live on the phone for us from Vladivostok. Connyoung, the South Korean leader is there to attend a regional forum but it looks like Continue Reading

S. Korea’s foreign affairs key policy objective is to work towards peaceful resolution…

Staying with the briefing. The foreign ministry outlined its plans to resolve the North Korea nuclear issue peacefully… and ensure the safety of Koreans living and traveling overseas. The key words are sanctions and dialogue… with diplomatic engagement with Seoul’s closest allies and other major powers being crucial elements. Connie Continue Reading

S. Korea, U.S. reaffirm alliance at lunch at Cheong Wa Dae

Come Saturday Korea will hold spectacular events to honor those who put their lives on the line to protect the nation. So it was fitting that President Park Geun-hye invited U.S. Forces Korea’s commander to the top office for lunch. She expressed appreciation for the strong alliance between the two Continue Reading

The Last American Rodeos (Part 1/2)

MALE SPEAKER: Get in the hold now. Get in the hold now. Get in the hold now. Whoa! Come on. Come on. Turn around. EARL TSOSIE, JR: When we get to rodeos now, we meet people. And that’s when we have our time, we meet a lot of people. We Continue Reading

China to open new air route between Dandong and Pyongyang

The world has been on the same page when it comes to reining in North Korea for its growing nuclear provocations. China continues to be an exception. The latest is this: Beijing is increasing cooperation with Pyongyang by opening up another air route with the regime. Kim Hyun-bin takes a Continue Reading

N. Korean elites likely to feel heighten sense of instability after spy chief sacking

When North Korean leader Kim Jong-un fired the man in charge of his spy agency, as he reportedly did last month, it’s likely add to growing concerns of the elite class of Pyongyang. According to a report by the South’s Institute for National Security on Sunday, instability under the Kim Continue Reading

President Park heads to Uganda after Ethiopia trip

We begin with President Geun-hye’s trip to Africa. The South Korean leader is wrapping up her stay in her first stop of Ethiopia, boosting Seoul’s relationship not only with that country,… but with the continent. She will head to Uganda later this evening. Our correspondent Song Ji-sun, who is traveling Continue Reading

Grand Canyon Adventure: The 750-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us (Part 3) | Nat Geo Live

– By now it’s March. Winter’s over, the weather’s starting to warm up. Starting to feel vestiges, signs of heat again, and Pete and I are about to pass through a doorway. We’re about to step across a threshold into a section of the canyon that is rumored by those Continue Reading

Grand Canyon Adventure: The 750-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us (Part 2) | Nat Geo Live

– By now it’s late October, it’s heading towards November, and we’ve actually done something remarkable. We have completed what was originally planned as the first section of our thru-hike. And we’ve got to a point in the river where we’re actually climbing out of the canyon, it’s about a Continue Reading

I WENT TO SALZBURG AND HIKED IN LEDERHOSEN

– I’m ready to hike to top of the mountains. Austrians wear lederhosen. – [Cameraman] Do they wear chucks? – Nah, that’s just a little remix I put on. Hey what’s up? My name is Phil. Milwaukee raised me, basketball pays me and it got me exploring the world. Now Continue Reading