South Koreans are really into mokbang. (I knew that line would get you to read on.) But it’s not what you might think—mokbang is a foodie video, in which people record themselves eating.
South Korea announced on Tuesday that it had purchased new Israeli radar systems designed to detect incoming missiles, according to a Times of Israel report.
The Kim Jong Un regime in North Korea has ramped up the use of overseas slave labor to prop up its economy in the face of stiff sanctions, leading to what former North Korean construction official and defector Roh Hui-Chang said is “no different from a prison camp.”
President Donald Trump called the latest developments in North Korea “very exciting” in early Wednesday morning tweets.
The leaders of North and South Korea are slated to meet again sometime in September in what will be another historic moment in relations between the two nations.
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA—Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will make his first visit to China this week for talks with Chinese military leaders amid growing tensions over China’s militarization of islands in the South China Sea.
Mattis told reporters aboard an Air Force E-4B jet, a militarized Boeing 747, en route to northern Alaska that he plans to gauge China’s strategic approach to the United States during talks in Beijing.