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SOUTH KOREA
RTXNBSW
March 15, 2005
South Korean protesters burn a placard of Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi at a protest near...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean protesters burn a placard of Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi at a protest near.....
South Korean protesters burn a placard of Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi at a protest near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul March 15, 2005. [Amid rising anti-Japan sentiment, angry South Korean protesters rallied on Tuesday against Tokyo's claim for a group of desolate islands, called Dokdo in Korea and Takeshima in Japan, that Seoul and Tokyo say are part of their territory. ]
BERCHTOLD
RTXN9NO
March 04, 2005
President of Morgan Stanley Asia-Pacific Michael Berchtold speaks at the Asian Leadership Conference...
Seoul, South Korea
President of Morgan Stanley Asia-Pacific Michael Berchtold speaks at the Asian Leadership Conference.....
President of Morgan Stanley Asia-Pacific Michael Berchtold speaks at the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul March 4, 2005.
LEE
RTXN9NN
March 04, 2005
Lee Yoon-woo, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, listens during the Asian Leadership Conference in...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee Yoon-woo, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, listens during the Asian Leadership Conference i.....
Lee Yoon-woo, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, listens during the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul March 4, 2005.
JIANG
RTXN9NM
March 04, 2005
Jiang Zhiwei, vice president of Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) participates in the Asian...
Seoul, South Korea
Jiang Zhiwei, vice president of Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) participates in the .....
Jiang Zhiwei, vice president of Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) participates in the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul March 4, 2005.
CHEY
RTXN9NR
March 03, 2005
Chey Tae-won, Chairman of South Korea's top oil refiner SK Corp., participates in the Asian Leadership...
Seoul, South Korea
Chey Tae-won, Chairman of South Korea's top oil refiner SK Corp., participates in the Asian Leadersh.....
Chey Tae-won, Chairman of South Korea's top oil refiner SK Corp., participates in the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul March 3, 2005. [An influential U.S. corporate governance group on Wednesday advised shareholders of SK Corp. to vote against the reelection of Chey, who was convicted of fraud in 2003. The Institutional Shareholder Services report boosts the efforts of Sovereign Asset Management Ltd., which is the second biggest owner of SK Corp. and has been fighting unsuccessfully to have Chairman Chey removed.]
PAVKOVIC
RTXN8C9
February 07, 2005
Serbian-born Slobodan Pavkovic, head coach of Kuwait's national soccer team, controls the ball during...
Seoul, South Korea
Serbian-born Slobodan Pavkovic, head coach of Kuwait's national soccer team, controls the ball durin.....
Serbian-born Slobodan Pavkovic, head coach of Kuwait's national soccer team, controls the ball during his team's training in Seoul February 7, 2005. Kuwait will compete with South Korea in Seoul on February 9 at the Asian Final Qualifying Round for the 2006 World Cup.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXN6CP
January 27, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24JUN04 - A sign criticizing Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (top) and his...
Seoul, South Korea
- PHOTO TAKEN 24JUN04 - A sign criticizing Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (top) and hi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24JUN04 - A sign criticizing Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (top) and his militants at a protest in Seoul June 24, 2004. [President Roh Moo-hyun ordered a full investigation on Thursday into the kidnapping and beheading of a South Korean hostage by militants in Iraq after it emerged the man was abducted three weeks before Seoul found out.]
CHUNG
RTXN5IY
January 18, 2005
Chung Mong-joon, vice president of FIFA, enters a conference room at the headquarters of the Korea Football...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung Mong-joon, vice president of FIFA, enters a conference room at the headquarters of the Korea F.....
Chung Mong-joon, vice president of FIFA, enters a conference room at the headquarters of the Korea Football Association (KFA) in Seoul January 18, 2005. Chung, who has been the head of the KFA since 1993, won a fourth term as president of the KFA at a general assembly of the football association on Tuesday.
ROH
RTXN5ZU
January 13, 2005
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun answers a reporter's question during the first news conference of...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun answers a reporter's question during the first news conference o.....
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun answers a reporter's question during the first news conference of 2005 at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, January 13, 2005.
SAMSUNG
RTXN5ZS
January 11, 2005
A South Korean woman walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, 2005. Samsung...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean woman walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, 2005. Sa.....
A South Korean woman walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, 2005. Samsung Electronics is expected to report a 24 percent slump in quarterly earnings on Friday, hit by eroding mobile phone margins and tumbling prices of flat screens for TV and computers.
SAMSUNG
RTXN5ZR
January 11, 2005
A South Korean street vendor walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, 2005....
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean street vendor walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, .....
A South Korean street vendor walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul January 11, 2005. Samsung Electronics is expected to report a 24 percent slump in quarterly earnings on Friday, hit by eroding mobile phone margins and tumbling prices of flat screens for TV and computers.
SCHWEITZER
RTXN2UV
November 30, 2004
Louis Schweitzer, chairman of French carmaker Renault, speaks at an unveiling ceremony for Renault Samsung's...
Seoul, South Korea
Louis Schweitzer, chairman of French carmaker Renault, speaks at an unveiling ceremony for Renault S.....
Louis Schweitzer, chairman of French carmaker Renault, speaks at an unveiling ceremony for Renault Samsung's first large sedan, the SM7, in Seoul November 30, 2004. [The French carmaker will build an engine plant in the South Korean port city of Pusan for Renault Samsung Motors, Schweitzer said on Tuesday.]
SCHWEITZER
RTXN2UU
November 30, 2004
Louis Schweitzer (R), chairman of French carmaker Renault, poses with Renault Samsung Motors president...
Seoul, South Korea
Louis Schweitzer (R), chairman of French carmaker Renault, poses with Renault Samsung Motors preside.....
Louis Schweitzer (R), chairman of French carmaker Renault, poses with Renault Samsung Motors president Jerome Stoll (L) at an unveiling ceremony for Renault Samsung's first large sedan, the SM7, in Seoul November 30, 2004. [The French carmaker will build an engine plant in the South Korean port city of Pusan for Renault Samsung Motors, Schweitzer said on Tuesday.]
PING
RTXN1T0
November 25, 2004
Visiting U.N. General Assembly President Jean Ping leaves the headquarters of South Korea's Foreign Ministry...
Seoul, South Korea
Visiting U.N. General Assembly President Jean Ping leaves the headquarters of South Korea's Foreign .....
Visiting U.N. General Assembly President Jean Ping leaves the headquarters of South Korea's Foreign Ministry after a news conference in Seoul November 25, 2004. [North Korea wants a change in the political atmosphere before it will attend talks on its nuclear plans and is asking the United States to send a signal to that effect, Ping said on Thursday.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXN2C2
November 23, 2004
Members of a South Korean honour guard carry remains of South Korean soldiers killed during the Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
Members of a South Korean honour guard carry remains of South Korean soldiers killed during the Kore.....
Members of a South Korean honour guard carry remains of South Korean soldiers killed during the Korean War at the national cemetery in Seoul November 23, 2004. The South Korean Army held an enshrinement ceremony on Tuesday for 63 South Korean soldiers killed during the Korean War, whose remains were found the latter half of this year. The Army authority has exhumed a total of 138 South Korean soldiers' remains and 35 North Korean soldiers' remains across the South Korea this year.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXN1WV
November 21, 2004
A South Korean worker wears a band across her forehead at a rally in Seoul November 21, 2004. About 15,000...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean worker wears a band across her forehead at a rally in Seoul November 21, 2004. About .....
A South Korean worker wears a band across her forehead at a rally in Seoul November 21, 2004. About 15,000 workers from the Federation of Korean Trade Unions held a rally in Seoul on Sunday against government-initiated labour law revision and for better working conditions. The headband reads,'Unity and fighting'.
NORTH KOREA
RTXN22E
November 17, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04- North Korean students sing and dance in front of the portraits of the late leader...
Pyongyang, North Korea
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04- North Korean students sing and dance in front of the portraits of the late lea.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04- North Korean students sing and dance in front of the portraits of the late leader Kim Il-sung (L) and current leader Kim Jong-il in a classroom of the Mankyongdae juvenile student palace in Pyongyang in this photo taken April 30, 2004. [North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has visited a military unit, the country's official KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday November 17, 2004, just hours after reports surfaced that his portrait had been removed from some public places.] Picture taken April 30, 2004.
PARK
RTXN0OF
October 31, 2004
South Korea's Grace Park kisses a trophy after she won the CJ Nine Bridges Classic, a U.S. LPGA tour...
Cheju, South Korea
South Korea's Grace Park kisses a trophy after she won the CJ Nine Bridges Classic, a U.S. LPGA tour.....
South Korea's Grace Park kisses a trophy after she won the CJ Nine Bridges Classic, a U.S. LPGA tour event at the Nine Bridges Golf Club in north Cheju county on Cheju Island, about 500 km (310 miles) south of [Seoul] October 31, 2004. Park shot the last round 65, 7 under and won first with 200, 16 under for the tournament.
SORENSTAM
RTXN06J
October 29, 2004
Annika Sorenstam of Sweden acknowledges the gallery on the 18th hole during the first round of the CJ...
Cheju, South Korea
Annika Sorenstam of Sweden acknowledges the gallery on the 18th hole during the first round of the C.....
Annika Sorenstam of Sweden acknowledges the gallery on the 18th hole during the first round of the CJ Nine Bridges Classic, a U.S. LPGA tour event at the Nine Bridges Golf Club in north Cheju county on Cheju Island, about 500 km (310 miles) south of Seoul October 29, 2004. Sorenstam finished the day with 71 which is one under par.
SSANGYONG MOTOR
RTXN0WA
October 28, 2004
A South Korean woman reads a newspaper in front of a SSangyong Motor company sign in Seoul October 28,...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean woman reads a newspaper in front of a SSangyong Motor company sign in Seoul October 2.....
A South Korean woman reads a newspaper in front of a SSangyong Motor company sign in Seoul October 28, 2004. [Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC) will buy South Korea's Ssangyong Motor from creditors for about $500 million, an accountant involved in the deal said on Thursday.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXN0N0
October 26, 2004
A South Korean soldier keeps guard at a trench in Yonchon, about 60 km (37 miles) north of [Seoul] October...
Yonchon, South Korea
A South Korean soldier keeps guard at a trench in Yonchon, about 60 km (37 miles) north of [Seoul] O.....
A South Korean soldier keeps guard at a trench in Yonchon, about 60 km (37 miles) north of [Seoul] October 26, 2004. [South Korea is stepping up security along the Demilitarized Zone frontier with North Korea after a night patrol found a hole cut in the border fence, the South Korean Defence Ministry said on Tuesday.]
VIETNAM
RTXMYX3
October 08, 2004
French President Jacques Chirac (L) talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at the first closed session...
Hanoi, Vietnam
French President Jacques Chirac (L) talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at the first closed sessio.....
French President Jacques Chirac (L) talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at the first closed session of the 5th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) at the International Convention Centre in Vietnamese capital of Hanoi, October 8, 2004.
KIM
RTXMWQE
September 09, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 31AUG04 - Kim Jung-tae, the CEO of South Korea's Kookmin Bank, walks to his office at the...
Seoul, South Korea
- PHOTO TAKEN 31AUG04 - Kim Jung-tae, the CEO of South Korea's Kookmin Bank, walks to his office at .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 31AUG04 - Kim Jung-tae, the CEO of South Korea's Kookmin Bank, walks to his office at the bank's headquarters in Seoul in this picture taken August 31, 2004. [Kim is expected to be barred on Friday from holding an executive post at any South Korean bank in the next 3 years, taking the rap for an accounting scandal at the bank. Picture taken August 31, 2004.]
LaPORTE
RTXMWQD
September 09, 2004
General Leon LaPorte, head of the U.S. Forces Korea and United Nations Command, answers a reporter's...
Seoul, South Korea
General Leon LaPorte, head of the U.S. Forces Korea and United Nations Command, answers a reporter's.....
General Leon LaPorte, head of the U.S. Forces Korea and United Nations Command, answers a reporter's question at a news conference in Seoul September 9, 2004.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMWI4
September 03, 2004
A South Korean man walks past a sign at the main entrance of the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute...
Taejon, South Korea
A South Korean man walks past a sign at the main entrance of the Korea Atomic Energy Research Instit.....
A South Korean man walks past a sign at the main entrance of the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute in Taejon, south of Seoul, September 3, 2004. South Korea has told the International Atomic Energy Agency that government scientists carried out nuclear experiments to enrich uranium four years ago, Seoul said on Thursday.
KOOKMIN BANK
RTXMVCM
August 26, 2004
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financial...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financia.....
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financial regulator confirmed on Thursday the chief executive of Kookmin Bank, [Kim Jung-tae, would be unable to seek another term due to accounting problems at the country's top lender.]
KOOKMIN BANK
RTXMVCL
August 26, 2004
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financial...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financia.....
South Korean customers use ATMs at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financial regulator confirmed on Thursday the chief executive of Kookmin Bank, [Kim Jung-tae, would be unable to seek another term due to accounting problems at the country's top lender.]
KOOKMIN BANK
RTXMVCK
August 26, 2004
South Korean customers use a cash machine at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean customers use a cash machine at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's to.....
South Korean customers use a cash machine at Kookmin Bank in Seoul August 26, 2004. South Korea's top financial regulator confirmed on Thursday the chief executive of Kookmin Bank, [Kim Jung-tae, would be unable to seek another term due to accounting problems at the country's top lender.]
SEOUL
RTXMU8W
August 19, 2004
Clouds cover central Seoul August 19, 2004. Three people have been killed, two are missing and more than...
Seoul, South Korea
Clouds cover central Seoul August 19, 2004. Three people have been killed, two are missing and more .....
Clouds cover central Seoul August 19, 2004. Three people have been killed, two are missing and more than 2,400 were evacuated by midday on Thursday as heavy rain from Typhoon Megi lashed South Korea's southern areas before heading northeast, the government said.
HILL
RTXMUNT
August 16, 2004
New U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Christopher Hill listens to South Korean foreign minister Ban Ki-moon...
Seoul, South Korea
New U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Christopher Hill listens to South Korean foreign minister Ban Ki-.....
New U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Christopher Hill listens to South Korean foreign minister Ban Ki-moon at Ban's office in Seoul August 16, 2004. [Hill, who recently completed his four-year mission in Poland, arrived in Seoul last Thursday.]
LAVIGNE
RTXMTS4
August 11, 2004
Canadian teenage rocker Avril Lavigne poses for photographers before a news conference in Seoul August...
Seoul, South Korea
Canadian teenage rocker Avril Lavigne poses for photographers before a news conference in Seoul Augu.....
Canadian teenage rocker Avril Lavigne poses for photographers before a news conference in Seoul August 11, 2004. Lavigne's second concert in Seoul will be held on Wednesday. Tickets to her concert at Olympic Hall, which accommodates about 4,500 people, are sold out.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMTB0
August 08, 2004
South Korean university student protesters scuffle with police in front of a U.S. army base in Pyongtaek,...
Pyongtaek, South Korea
South Korean university student protesters scuffle with police in front of a U.S. army base in Pyong.....
South Korean university student protesters scuffle with police in front of a U.S. army base in Pyongtaek, abouth 70 km south of Seoul August 8, 2004. About 500 anti-U.S. and anti-war protesters demonstrated in Pyongtaek, where South Korea-based U.S. troops will be relocated, as they demanded U.S. withdraw its troops from Korea and not to force South Korean government to send troops to Iraq.
BONFRERE
RTXMR9G
July 10, 2004
South Korea's new soccer coach Dutchman Johannes Bonfrere looks at his team players at a friendly match...
Kwangju, South Korea
South Korea's new soccer coach Dutchman Johannes Bonfrere looks at his team players at a friendly ma.....
South Korea's new soccer coach Dutchman Johannes Bonfrere looks at his team players at a friendly match with Bahrain in Kwangju, [about 320 km (200 miles) south of Seoul], July 10, 2004. [South Korea beat Bahrain 2-0 at the event.]
BODYBUILDING
RTXMQI7
July 08, 2004
South Korean Yang Sang-hoon performs at the final of a bodybuilding contest organized by the Korean Body...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Yang Sang-hoon performs at the final of a bodybuilding contest organized by the Korean .....
South Korean Yang Sang-hoon performs at the final of a bodybuilding contest organized by the Korean Body Building Federation in Seoul July 8, 2004. [Yang won the Mr. Korea on Thursday at the two-day contest in which about 160 bodybuilders participated.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMQI4
July 08, 2004
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over people...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over pe.....
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over people infected with HIV or AIDS in Seoul July 8, 2004. [Asian countries must act immediately and decisively to exploit a real but short-lived chance to control the spread of AIDS in the region that is home to nearly two-thirds of humanity, the U.N. said on Tuesday.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMQI3
July 08, 2004
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over people...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over pe.....
A South Korean activist participates in a protest to demand the government reform its policy over people infected with HIV or AIDS in Seoul July 8, 2004. [Asian countries must act immediately and decisively to exploit a real but short-lived chance to control the spread of AIDS in the region that is home to nearly two-thirds of humanity, the U.N. said on Tuesday.]
CHUNG
RTXMPUS
June 30, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY04 - Chung Dong-young, former chairman of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, visits a...
Kwangju, South Korea
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY04 - Chung Dong-young, former chairman of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, visits .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY04 - Chung Dong-young, former chairman of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, visits a national cemetery for the 24th anniversary of the 1980 uprising in Kwangju, about 320 km (200 miles) south of Seoul in this May 18, 2004 picture. [South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun appointed Chung as the new unification minister on June 30, 2004. Picture taken May 18, 2004.]
LEE
RTXMPUR
June 30, 2004
South Korea's finance minister Lee Hun-jai listens as [new prime minister Lee Hae-chan] speaks at the...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's finance minister Lee Hun-jai listens as [new prime minister Lee Hae-chan] speaks at th.....
South Korea's finance minister Lee Hun-jai listens as [new prime minister Lee Hae-chan] speaks at the latter's inauguration in Seoul June 30, 2004.
SONG
RTXMP5D
June 25, 2004
A South Korean businessman touches a sculpture displayed in Seoul June 25, 2004. The sculpture by South...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean businessman touches a sculpture displayed in Seoul June 25, 2004. The sculpture by So.....
A South Korean businessman touches a sculpture displayed in Seoul June 25, 2004. The sculpture by South Korean Song Yon-ju, entitled "Miss Kim's Airing", was accepted for a local exhibition.
HAE-CHAN
RTXMOH4
June 09, 2004
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at the...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at .....
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at the party headquarters in Seoul June 9, 2004. [South Korea President Roh Moo-hyun named the reformist former minister and one-time political prisoner as his choice of new prime minister on Tuesday and will seek swift parliamentary approval, the presidential office said.]
HAE-CHAN
RTXMOH3
June 09, 2004
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at the...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at .....
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party, participates in an executive session at the party headquarters in Seoul June 9, 2004. [South Korea President Roh Moo-hyun named the reformist former minister and one-time political prisoner as his choice of new prime minister on Tuesday and will seek swift parliamentary approval, the presidential office said.]
HAE-CHAN
RTXMOH2
June 09, 2004
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party participates in an executive session at the...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party participates in an executive session at t.....
Lee Hae-chan, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling Uri Party participates in an executive session at the party headquarters in Seoul June 9, 2004. [South Korea President Roh Moo-hyun named the reformist former minister and one-time political prisoner as his choice of new prime minister on Tuesday and will seek swift parliamentary approval, the presidential office said.]
RI
RTXMMNM
May 21, 2004
North Korean Ri Sang-ok, 77, from Hwanghae province, who was forced to become a sex slave by Japanese...
Seoul, South Korea
North Korean Ri Sang-ok, 77, from Hwanghae province, who was forced to become a sex slave by Japanes.....
North Korean Ri Sang-ok, 77, from Hwanghae province, who was forced to become a sex slave by Japanese troops in 1943 when she was 17, participates in a conference held by the International Solidarity Council Demanding Settlement of Japan's Past in Seoul May 21, 2004. [About 200 representatives, including victims from Japan, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, the U.S. and the two Koreas are participating in the four-day conference from Thursday. Ri demanded on Friday that the Japanese government apologize and compensate for atrocities committed by its troops during World War II.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMM47
May 14, 2004
Protesters who oppose President Roh Moo-hyun chant slogans in front of the Constitutional Court in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters who oppose President Roh Moo-hyun chant slogans in front of the Constitutional Court in S.....
Protesters who oppose President Roh Moo-hyun chant slogans in front of the Constitutional Court in Seoul May 14, 2004. [South Korea's Constitutional Court announced on Friday it was overturning parliament's unprecedented vote to impeach President Roh, clearing the way for him to return to work after two months in political limbo. The signs read, "Resign Roh Moo-hyun".]
NORTH KOREA
RTXMNM3
May 04, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2004 picture. [South...
Pyongyang, North Korea
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2004 picture. [South.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2004 picture. [South Korean analysts who accompanied union leaders to Pyongyang for the May Day festivities said North Korea seems unable to engage in any kind of exchange with the South that is not based on monetary reward, large or small.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXMNM2
May 04, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
The Juche tower in North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2004...
Pyongyang, North Korea
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
The Juche tower in North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 30APR04-
The Juche tower in North Korea's capital Pyongyang is seen in this April 30, 2004 picture. [South Korean analysts who accompanied union leaders to Pyongyang for the May Day festivities said North Korea seems unable to engage in any kind of exchange with the South that is not based on monetary reward, large or small.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXML4W
May 03, 2004
A North Korean navy soldier stands guard at a communication room in the [United States' navy] spy ship...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A North Korean navy soldier stands guard at a communication room in the [United States' navy] spy sh.....
A North Korean navy soldier stands guard at a communication room in the [United States' navy] spy ship USS Pueblo on a river in Pyongyang May 3, 2004. The spy ship was seized by the North Korean navy with 83 crew in 1968. The 82 survivors were freed after nearly a year of tense negotiations. [About 300 South Korean workers completed on Monday a four-day trip to Pyongyang for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXML4U
May 03, 2004
A North Korean man rides on a bicycle near the Pyongyang station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A North Korean man rides on a bicycle near the Pyongyang station in the North Korean capital Pyongya.....
A North Korean man rides on a bicycle near the Pyongyang station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May 3, 2004. [About 300 South Korean workers completed on Monday a four-day trip to Pyongyang for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXML4T
May 03, 2004
A North Korean subway station employee signals at Buheung station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A North Korean subway station employee signals at Buheung station in the North Korean capital Pyongy.....
A North Korean subway station employee signals at Buheung station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May 3, 2004. [About 300 South Korean workers completed on Monday a four-day trip to Pyongyang for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXML4S
May 03, 2004
A North Korean subway station employee smiles at Youngkwang station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A North Korean subway station employee smiles at Youngkwang station in the North Korean capital Pyon.....
A North Korean subway station employee smiles at Youngkwang station in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May 3, 2004. [About 300 South Korean workers completed on Monday a four-day trip to Pyongyang for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
NORTH KOREA
RTXML4R
May 03, 2004
A North Korean woman works at the Taedonggang Beer factory in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A North Korean woman works at the Taedonggang Beer factory in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May.....
A North Korean woman works at the Taedonggang Beer factory in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May 3, 2004. About 350 North Koreans work at the beer factory which produces 70,000 kiloliters annually according to the factory officer. One bottle of Taedonggang beer is priced at about Euro 0.5. [About 300 South Korean workers completed a four-day trip to Pyongyang on Monday for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
JONG-IL
RTXML0O
May 02, 2004
A portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is displayed at a hotel in the North Korean capital Pyongyang...
Pyongyang, North Korea
A portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is displayed at a hotel in the North Korean capital Py.....
A portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is displayed at a hotel in the North Korean capital Pyongyang May 2, 2004. [About 300 South Korean workers flew to Pyongyang on April 30 on a four-day trip for an inter-Korean May Day celebration.]
LEE
RTXMKB2
April 24, 2004
Lee Yoon-gu, president of South Korean National Red Cross, answers reporters at a news conference upon...
Inchon, South Korea
Lee Yoon-gu, president of South Korean National Red Cross, answers reporters at a news conference up.....
Lee Yoon-gu, president of South Korean National Red Cross, answers reporters at a news conference upon his arrival from North Korea [via Beijing], at Inchon airport, west of Seoul April 24, 2004. [Lee visited North Korea's capital, Pyongyang on April 20 for a five-day trip for talks on inter-Korean cooperation. Secretive North Korea on Saturday broke its official silence on a catastrophic rail exlposion, saying it had been sparked by an "electrical contact caused by carelessness".]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMIVJ
April 13, 2004
Police block protesters at an anti-U.S. rally near the U.S. embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens of...
Seoul, South Korea
Police block protesters at an anti-U.S. rally near the U.S. embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens .....
Police block protesters at an anti-U.S. rally near the U.S. embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens of demonstrators held a rally opposing U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's visit to Seoul and the South Korean government's plan to send additional troops to Iraq.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMIVI
April 13, 2004
Protesters chant slogans at an anti-U.S rally near the U.S. Embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens of...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters chant slogans at an anti-U.S rally near the U.S. Embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens .....
Protesters chant slogans at an anti-U.S rally near the U.S. Embassy in Seoul April 13, 2004. Dozens of demonstrators held a rally opposing U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's visit to Seoul and the South Korean government's plan to send additional troops to Iraq.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMJ2G
April 08, 2004
South Korean soldiers of "Zayitun" unit, the troops to be dispatched to Iraq, take part in a training...
Kwangju, South Korea
South Korean soldiers of "Zayitun" unit, the troops to be dispatched to Iraq, take part in a trainin.....
South Korean soldiers of "Zayitun" unit, the troops to be dispatched to Iraq, take part in a training at a military unit in Kwangju, about 40 km (25 miles) southeast of Seoul April 8, 2004. [South Korea has ordered its non-combat troops in Iraq to suspend activities outside military camps and step up security measures because of an upsurge in violence, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXMI4U
March 26, 2004
South Korean marines run during a joint landing operation involving U.S. and South Korea troops in Pohang,...
Pohang, South Korea
South Korean marines run during a joint landing operation involving U.S. and South Korea troops in P.....
South Korean marines run during a joint landing operation involving U.S. and South Korea troops in Pohang, some 370 km southeast of [Seoul] March 26, 2004. South Korea and the United States are conducting the joint landing exercises from March 22-30.
PARK
RTXMHT4
March 24, 2004
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media during...
Seoul, South Korea
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media durin.....
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media during a visit to Myongdong Catholic Church for confession in Seoul, March 24, 2004. [Park Geun-hye, the daughter of assassinated former president Park Chung-hee, got no honeymoon on Wednesday when her rival demanded an apology for impeaching President Roh Moo-hyun and newspapers said her image alone would not save her unpopular party.]
PARK
RTXMHT3
March 24, 2004
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media during...
Seoul, South Korea
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media durin.....
Park Geun-hye, new leader of South Korea's opposition Grand National Party speaks to the media during a visit to Myongdong Catholic Church for confession in Seoul, March 24, 2004. [Park Geun-hye, the daughter of assassinated former president Park Chung-hee, got no honeymoon on Wednesday when her rival demanded an apology for impeaching President Roh Moo-hyun and newspapers said her image alone would not save her unpopular party.]
SEOK
RTXMHQI
March 19, 2004
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon...
Inchon, South Korea
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in I.....
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon airport, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Seoul March 19, 2004. [China released Seok on Friday, who was arrested in January 2003 in the port city of Yantai while covering an attempt by activists to help North Koreans flee to Japan and South Korea in fishing boats.] Seok is a freelancer who had worked for The New York Times and South Korea's Geo magazine and taught photo-journalism.
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