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US shows support for response to aerial violation

The national security chiefs of South Korea and the U.S. discussed the latest intrusion into Korean airspace by Russian and Chinese planes over the East Sea and agreed to cooperate closely on such emergencies, according to Cheong Wa Dae, Wednesday. In a statement, the presidential office said Chung Eui-yong, chief of the presidential National Security Office (NSO), explained Seoul's response to the violation of the Korea Air Defense Identification (KADIZ) and the country's airspace in a meeting with his counterpart U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton.

'Removing Korea from white list will endanger alliance'

Japan's plan to remove Korea from its “white list” of countries with preferential trade treatment will endanger the alliance between Korea, Japan and the United States and threaten regional security in Northeast Asia, the trade minister said Wednesday. Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Sung Yun-mo said the Korean government has delivered its “written opinion” to Tokyo. This is the first time Korea has delivered a message this way to Japan over economic issues.

'US customers will fall victim to Japan's export curbs'

South Korea plans deliver the message that the deepening trade friction between Seoul and Tokyo will do “no good to U.S. customers,” as prices for consumer goods, such as the iPhone, may soar in the aftermath of the recent chip price hike, according to Seoul's Trade Minister Yoo Myung-hee.

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'Gelato Lab offers customer-tailored nail stickers'

Nail art is rapidly becoming regarded as a creative activity as it includes various steps, ranging from cleaning and trimming to applying gel on fingernails.

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Pyongyang refuses to accept Seoul's food aid

Citing the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises scheduled for next month, North Korea notified a World Food Program (WFP) liaison office in Pyongyang that the North won't accept 50,000 tons of rice aid, donated by Seoul, through the United Nations organization, a unification ministry official said, Wednesday.

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Japanese novels, musicians unfazed by consumer boycott

Japanese novels and musicians are two rare creatures remaining in calm waters amid the stormy Japan-bashing in Korea.

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