First lady steps out in Seoul in style

2014-07-05 06:56

Peng Liyuan accompanied her husband, President Xi Jinping, for a two-day visit to South Korea. Escorted by Cho Yoon-sun, South Korea's presidential secretary for political affairs, the first lady visited sites of national significance, including palaces in Seoul, and enjoyed various traditional cultural activities.

Shared characteristics between China and South Korea

2014-07-04 17:16

With the rise of China's influence and development of Sino-ROK relations, many Chinese elements can be found in this neighboring country.

Xi's acupoint diplomacy

2014-07-04 03:31

Visiting President Xi Jinping described the busy two-way visits between China and South Korea - especially between himself and his counterpart, Park Geun-hye - as “drop-ins among relatives”.

Cultural bonds

2014-07-04 07:03

Korean culture is imposing a visible and speedy impact on China. In contrast, China's traditions, such as Confucian culture, has had an invisible and long-established influence in the other direction.

S Korean President Park's cultural bond with China

2014-07-02 17:49

The famous saying of Zhuge Liang, an outstanding statesman and strategist in ancient China, is the motto of South Korean President Park Geun-hye.

ROK eyes trust with China

2014-02-11 07:49

The Republic of Korea's top diplomat on Monday mentioned the need to establish an intelligence-sharing pact with China to enhance trust between the two neighbors.

Chinese contemporary literature now a hit in South Korea

2014-06-27 16:49

The extraordinary life of Xu Sanguan, a famous Chinese fictional character who sells his blood over the years to support his family, will soon be adapted in South Korea as a blood merchant.

Separated Koreans bid farewell

2014-02-26 07:16

The 88-year-old man from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea stretched his arms out the bus window to grasp the hands of his sister from the Republic of Korea one final time before the end of rare reunions on Tuesday between hundreds of family members separated for decades by war and politics.