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Outside editorial: N. Korea goes rogue

...reactor it was not supposed to have built. Washington has accelerated naval maneuvers with South Korean vessels in the Yellow Sea, despite complaints from China. And the United States has moved to crimp Pyongyang's access to the international...
Evidence overwhelming of N. Korea torpedo attack

...sinking on March 26 of a South Korean naval warship in the Yellow Sea was caused by a North Korean torpedo. On of fire between South and North Korean ships in the Yellow Sea. Some South Koreans view the torpedo attack as retaliation...
This Day in History

...refugees flooded back into Kosovo while thousands of Serbs fled. Vessels from North Korea and South Korea clashed on the Yellow Sea; about 30 North Korean sailors are believed to have died. A magnitude 7 earthquake in central Mexico killed at least...
North Korea defies warnings, launches long-range rocket

...Korean Aegis-equipped destroyer detected the launch at 9:51 a.m., local time, and the first stage fell into the Yellow Sea about a minute later; the rocket then flew over a South Korean island near the border with North Korea a minute after...
AP: Feds propose listing for seals

...each winter during their critical birthing and molting period. The agency in October 2009 listed spotted seals in the Yellow Sea but not in the waters off Alaska. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is under a court-ordered deadline to make...
Bridget Smith: Sharing Alaska with China

...the summer. An e-mail brought the Juneau resident to a massive, pastel-colored boarding school on the edge of the Yellow Sea. Her sister-in-law, a teacher in Micronesia, sent news of an English-language summer camp for Chinese students...
The Yellow Sea

Now Playing Synopsis: The Chaser director Na Hong-jin returns to deliver this action-packed suspense thriller about a desperate cab driver who stumbles into a treacherous conspiracy after agreeing to perform an assassination in South Korea. Gu-Nam (Ha Jung-woo) drives a taxi in Yanji City. Located between the borders of North Korea and Russia in Northeastern China, Yanji City is home to nearly 100,000 Chinese-Koreans known as Joseonjok. Six months ago, Gu-Nam's wife traveled to Korea in hopes of earning some extra money. He hasn't heard from her since. In addition, Gu-Nam has lost a great deal of money at mah-jongg. He gets a rare opportunity to get out of debt, however, when he crosses paths with Myun-ga, a hired killer who recruits him for a one-time job in South Korea. Reasoning that he will have the opportunity to search for his wife while he's there, Gu-Nam accepts. But shortly after arriving in South Korea, Gu-Nam is framed for another crime. As he flees from the cops, a vicious crime boss (Cho Seung-Ha), and a determined assassin, the terrified cabdriver realizes he has walked right into a deadly trap. Now, unless Gu-Nam can discover who is behind the conspiracy and why he is being hunted through the streets of Seoul, he may never see his beloved wife again. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ha Jeong-woo, Kim Yoon-seok, Cho Seong-Ha, Lee Chul-Min Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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