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LG-PHONE/
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September 18, 2012
Park Jong-seok (C), president of LG Electronics Inc, and models pose with LG's new "Optimus G" smartphones...
Seoul, South Korea
Park, president of LG Electronics Inc, and models pose with LG's new "Optimus G" smartphones in Seoul...
Park Jong-seok (C), president of LG Electronics Inc, and models pose with LG's new "Optimus G" smartphones in Seoul September 18, 2012. LG unveiled its latest high-end smartphone packed with powerful hardware upgrades on Tuesday, as the struggling South Korean firm tries to win market share from Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in the crucial holiday quarter. LG's Optimus G, which uses Google's Android platform, will go on sale next week in South Korea for 1 million won ($900), and later in Japan and the United States. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SOCCER/
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May 03, 2011
Scott Jamieson (C) of Australia's Sydney FC fights for the ball against Oh Beom-seok (R) and Park jong-jin...
Suwon, South Korea
Scott Jamieson of Australia's Sydney FC fights for the ball against Oh Beom-seok and Park jong-jin of...
Scott Jamieson (C) of Australia's Sydney FC fights for the ball against Oh Beom-seok (R) and Park jong-jin of South Korea's Suwon Samsung Bluewings during their AFC Champions League soccer match at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon, south of Seoul May 3, 2011. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
KOREA NORTH
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October 04, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon take part in a...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee and Ban take part in a special session of unification and foreign affairs committee in Seoul
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon take part in a special session of the unification and foreign affairs committee at the National Assembly hall in Seoul October 4, 2006. South Korea said on Wednesday it was gravely concerned about North Korea's plan to carry out a nuclear test, with the United States saying the move would be "an unacceptable threat" to world peace. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1HZP8
October 04, 2006
(L-R) South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok, Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon and Defense Minister...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, Ban and Yoon take part in a special session of unification and foreign affairs committee in Seoul...
(L-R) South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok, Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon and Defense Minister Yoon Kwang-ung take part in a special session of the unification and foreign affairs committee at the National Assembly hall in Seoul October 4, 2006. South Korea said on Wednesday it was gravely concerned about North Korea's plan to carry out a nuclear test, with the United States saying the move would be "an unacceptable threat" to world peace. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 04, 2006
(L-R) South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok, Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon and Defense Minister...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, Ban and Yoon take part in a special session of unification and foreign affairs committee in Seoul...
(L-R) South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok, Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon and Defense Minister Yoon Kwang-ung take part in a special session of the unification and foreign affairs committee at the National Assembly hall in Seoul October 4, 2006. South Korea said on Wednesday it was gravely concerned about North Korea's plan to carry out a nuclear test, with the United States saying the move would be "an unacceptable threat" to world peace. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH VISIT
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September 07, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a weekly briefing in Seoul September 7, 2006....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a weekly briefing in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a weekly briefing in Seoul September 7, 2006. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il's visit to China would be a "very positive" development that can help resolve a crisis triggered by Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes, Lee said on Thursday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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August 18, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok attends a special parliamentary committee meeting on...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee attends special parliamentary committee meeting in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok attends a special parliamentary committee meeting on the peaceful unification of South and North Korea, at the national assembly hall in Seoul August 18, 2006. Lee said on Friday South Korea has already expressed its intention to provide rice to North Korea to help relieve flood damages there, but the government does not believe the situation related to the missile issue has improved, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1GGYS
August 18, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with an unidentified official before a special...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with official before special parliamentary committee in Seoul...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with an unidentified official before a special parliamentary committee on the peaceful unification of South and North Korea, at the national assembly hall in Seoul August 18, 2006. Lee said on Friday South Korea has already expressed its intention to provide rice to North Korea to help relieve flood damages there, but the government does not believe the situation related to the missile issue has improved, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
LEE
RTXOUYC
July 20, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006.
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006......
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006.
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FNQX
July 20, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006....
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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July 20, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006....
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a news conference in Seoul July 20, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FG4L
July 13, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (seated, 2nd R) talks with his North Korean counterpart...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with his North Korean counterpart Kwon in Pusan
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (seated, 2nd R) talks with his North Korean counterpart Kwon Ho-ung (seated, 2nd L) during the last meeting of cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 13, 2006. North Korea blamed the South on Thursday for the collapse of their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests sparked a regional crisis, saying Seoul would "pay a price" for the failure. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
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July 13, 2006
North Korea's senior Cabinet Counsellor and delegation head Kwon Ho-Ung (R) talks with his South Korean...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korea's senior Cabinet Counsellor and delegation head Kwon talks with his South Korean counterpart...
North Korea's senior Cabinet Counsellor and delegation head Kwon Ho-Ung (R) talks with his South Korean counterpart Lee Jong-seok (L) before leaving for Pyongyang after the cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan, south of Seoul July 13, 2006. North Korea blamed the South on Thursday for the collapse of their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests sparked a regional crisis, saying Seoul would "pay a price" for the failure. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FG1O
July 13, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (C) leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (C) leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 13, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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July 13, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 13, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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July 13, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 13, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KWON
RTXOUBL
July 12, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks [with South Korean Unification Minister...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks [with South Korean Unification .....
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks [with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok] in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 12, 2006.
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
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July 12, 2006
North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (L) looks at South Korean Unification Minister Lee...
Busan, South Korea
North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon looks at South Korean Unification Minister Lee in Pusan
North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (L) looks at South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok during cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 12, 2006. A North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Tuesday for the first high-level inter-Korean talks since Pyongyang's missile tests raised regional tensions. South Korean officials said earlier they wanted to skip the usual issue of economic cooperation, and focus squarely instead on eliciting from their guests just why the North triggered the crisis on Wednesday by firing off seven missiles, including the long-range Taepodong-2. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FETZ
July 12, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor...
Busan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon during cabinet-level...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (L) during cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 12, 2006. A North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Tuesday for the first high-level inter-Korean talks since Pyongyang's missile tests raised regional tensions. South Korean officials said earlier they wanted to skip the usual issue of economic cooperation, and focus squarely instead on eliciting from their guests just why the North triggered the crisis on Wednesday by firing off seven missiles, including the long-range Taepodong-2. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
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July 12, 2006
North Korea's Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung talks to South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok...
Busan, South Korea
North Korea's Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon talks during cabinet-level talks in Pusan
North Korea's Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung talks to South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok during cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 12, 2006. A North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Tuesday for the first high-level inter-Korean talks since Pyongyang's missile tests raised regional tensions. South Korean officials said earlier they wanted to skip the usual issue of economic cooperation, and focus squarely instead on eliciting from their guests just why the North triggered the crisis on Wednesday by firing off seven missiles, including the long-range Taepodong-2. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FESM
July 12, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd R) shakes hands with North Korean Chief Cabinet...
Busan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee shakes hands with North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon in...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd R) shakes hands with North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho Ung during cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 12, 2006. A North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Tuesday for the first high-level inter-Korean talks since Pyongyang's missile tests raised regional tensions. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FESI
July 12, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) shakes hands with his North Korean Chief Cabinet...
Busan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee shakes hands with his North Korean counterpart Kwon in Pusan
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) shakes hands with his North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho Ung during cabinet-level talks between South and North Korea in Pusan July 12, 2006. A North Korean delegation arrived in the South on Tuesday for the first high-level inter-Korean talks since Pyongyang's missile tests raised regional tensions. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FEPQ
July 12, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 12, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FEPP
July 12, 2006
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
Pusan, South Korea
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister...
North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung leaves a hotel for talks with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul July 12, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FE5N
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) shares a toast with North Korean Cabinet Councillor...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee shares toast with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon during dinner...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) shares a toast with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung during a dinner in Pusan, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FDZC
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (front R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon during their inter-Korean...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (front R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung during their inter-Korean ministerial talks at a hotel in Pusan, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FDZB
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (front R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon as North Korean...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (front R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung as North Korean reporters listen during their inter-Korean ministerial talks at a hotel in Pusan, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FDZ5
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon upon Kwon's arrival...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (L) upon Kwon's arrival for their inter-Korean ministerial talks at a hotel in Pusan, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FDZ4
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd R) introduces his staff to his North Korean counterpart...
Pusan, United Kingdom
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok introduces his staff to his North Korean counterpart...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd R) introduces his staff to his North Korean counterpart Kwon Ho-ung (L) after the arrival of the North Korean delegation at a hotel in Pusan, south of Seoul, July 11, 2006. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FDZ2
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon upon Kwon's arrival...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) leads North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung (2nd L) upon Kwon's arrival for their inter-Korean ministerial talks at a hotel in Pusan, about 420 km (261 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
RTR1FDYW
July 11, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung...
Pusan, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon upon Kwon's arrival...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) talks with North Korean Cabinet Councillor Kwon Ho-ung upon Kwon's arrival at a hotel in Pusan, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 11, 2006. A delegation of North Koreans left Pyongyang on Tuesday for the South for their first high-level talks since Pyongyang's missile tests last week raised tensions, a Unification Ministry official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FBP5
July 09, 2006
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill arrives at the Central Government Complex in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
US envoy to the six-party talks Hill arrives at the Central Government Complex in Seoul
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill arrives at the Central Government Complex in Seoul to meet South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FBP4
July 09, 2006
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill (C) answers reporters' question as U.S. Ambassador...
Seoul, South Korea
US envoy to the six-party talks Hill answers reporters' question upon his arrival at the Central Government...
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill (C) answers reporters' question as U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Alexander Vershbow (R) looks on upon their arrival at the Central Government Complex in Seoul to meet South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1FBP3
July 09, 2006
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill answers reporters' question upon his arrival at the...
Seoul, South Korea
US envoy to the six-party talks Hill answers reporters' question upon his arrival at the Central Government...
U.S. envoy to the six-party talks Christopher Hill answers reporters' question upon his arrival at the Central Government Complex in Seoul to meet South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1F9JN
July 07, 2006
Protesters express their dissatisfaction with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok by tearing...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters express their dissatisfaction with South Korean Unification Minister Lee during anti-North...
Protesters express their dissatisfaction with South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok by tearing a sign criticizing Lee during an anti-North Korea rally denouncing the North's missile launch, in front of the Central Government Complex in Seoul July 7, 2006. The headband reads,"Banishment of terrorism". REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1F88P
July 06, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-Seok bows to lawmakers at the unification, foreign affairs...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-Seok bows to lawmakers at the unification, foreign affairs...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-Seok bows to lawmakers at the unification, foreign affairs and trade committee of parliament in Seoul July 6, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1EJCA
June 17, 2006
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman...
Kwangju, South Korea
Vice President of North Korea's Presidium of Supreme People's Assembly Kim and South Korean Unification...
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman of the Council for Reconciliation of Korean People, and South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok listen to a guide in front of a South Korean flag as they visit the Memorial Museum of the Kwangju Student Independence Movement during a celebration marking the 2000 inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, about 320 km (199 miles) south of Seoul, June 17, 2006. North Korea has moved key components of a long-range missile to a launch pad as well as 10 large liquid-gas tanks to fuel it, a South Korean newspaper reported on Saturday, citing government officials. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1EJC9
June 17, 2006
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman...
Kwangju, South Korea
Vice President of North Korea's Presidium of Supreme People's Assembly Kim and South Korean Unification...
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman of the Council for Reconciliation of Korean People, and South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok listen to a guide at the Memorial Museum of the Kwangju Student Independence Movement during a celebration marking the 2000 inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, about 320 km (199 miles) south of Seoul, June 17, 2006. North Korea has moved key components of a long-range missile to a launch pad as well as 10 large liquid-gas tanks to fuel it, a South Korean newspaper reported on Saturday, citing government officials. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1EJC8
June 17, 2006
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman...
Kwangju, South Korea
Vice President of North Korea's Presidium of Supreme People's Assembly Kim and South Korean Unification...
Kim Young-dae (R), vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman of the Council for Reconciliation of Korean People, and South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok pray silently at the Memorial Museum of the Kwangju Student Independence Movement during a celebration marking the 2000 inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, about 320 km (199 miles) south of Seoul, June 17, 2006. North Korea has moved key components of a long-range missile to a launch pad as well as 10 large liquid-gas tanks to fuel it, a South Korean newspaper reported on Saturday, citing government officials. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
LEISURE
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June 16, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and chief of the North Korean government delegation...
Kwangju, South Korea
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee and chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim talk in...
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim Young-dae talk as they arrive for the the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool
KOREA
RTR1EI6G
June 16, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd L), chief of the North Korean government delegation...
Gwangju, South Korea
Officials arrive for the the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit...
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd L), chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim Young-dae (2nd R partially obscured), South Korea's head of the South's civilian delegation Paik Nak-chung (C) and Paik's North Korean counterpart An Kyong-ho (R) arrive for the the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool
KOREA
RTR1EI6E
June 16, 2006
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R), chief of the North Korean government delegation...
Gwangju, South Korea
Officials attend the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju...
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R), chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim Young-dae (2nd R), South Korea's head of the South's civilian delegation Paik Nak-chung (2nd L) and Paik's North Korean counterpart An Kyong-ho attend the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool
KOREA NORTH ANNIVERSARY
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June 15, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Kim Young Dae, chief of the North Korean government...
Kwangju, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee and Chief of North Korean government delegation Kim attend celebrations...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Kim Young Dae, chief of the North Korean government delegation (R) attend celebrations marking the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit at the Kwangju Culture Centre in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 15, 2006. Civic leaders from South and North Korea called for progress in peace on the peninsula as fears that Pyongyang may hold a missile test marred celebrations on Thursday marking the 2000 summit. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH ANNIVERSARY
RTR1EGVQ
June 15, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Kim Young Dae, chief of the North Korean government...
Kwangju, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee and Chief of North Korean government delegation Kim arrive for...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) and Kim Young Dae, chief of the North Korean government delegation (R) arrive at the Kwangju Culture Centre for celebrations marking the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 15, 2006. Civic leaders from South and North Korea called for progress in peace on the peninsula as fears that Pyongyang may hold a missile test marred celebrations on Thursday marking the 2000 summit. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1EF1F
June 14, 2006
Vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman of the Council...
None, South Korea
Vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly Kim shakes hands with South...
Vice president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and chairman of the Council for Reconciliation of Korean People Kim Young-dae (L) shakes hands with South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-Seok in Kwangju, about 320 km (200 miles) south of Seoul, June 14, 2006. About 150 North Koreans arrived in the South on Wednesday to participate in a four-day joint celebrations with South Koreans, marking the June 15 Joint Declaration of the historic inter-Korean summit held in Pyongyang in 2000. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
JU
RTXOPGJ
June 05, 2006
Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as...
Cheju, South Korea
Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as.....
Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as South Korean Unification Minister [Lee Jong-seok] (not pictured) speaks on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006.
KOREA NORTH
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June 05, 2006
Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as...
Cheju, South Korea
Ju, vice-chairman of national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as South Korean Unification...
Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea listens as South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (not pictured) speaks on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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June 05, 2006
Ju Tong-chan (L), vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea looks at...
Cheju, South Korea
Ju, vice-chairman of national economic cooperation committee of North Korea looks at South Korean Unification...
Ju Tong-chan (L), vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea looks at South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok talking about hallabong, a hybrid of two types of tangerines, during a dinner on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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June 05, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic...
Cheju, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee and Ju , vice-chairman of national economic cooperation committee...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea toast each other on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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June 05, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) walks with Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national...
Cheju, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee walks with Ju, vice-chairman of national economic cooperation committee...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) walks with Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea before a dinner on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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June 05, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) greets Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national...
Cheju, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee greets Ju, vice-chairman of national economic cooperation committee...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (L) greets Ju Tong-chan, vice-chairman of the national economic cooperation committee of North Korea before a dinner on the third day of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Promotion Committee talks in Cheju island, South Korea, June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
LEE
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May 03, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, Ma.....
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May 3, 2006. [South Korea will object to any attempt at changing communist North Korea, Lee said, reiterating the position that encouragement, not pressure, was the best way to manage its unpredictable neighbour.]
KOREA NORTH LEE
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May 03, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee speaks at forum of senior journalists in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May 3, 2006. South Korea will object to any attempt at changing communist North Korea, Lee said, reiterating the position that encouragement, not pressure, was the best way to manage its unpredictable neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA NORTH LEE
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May 03, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee speaks at forum of senior journalists in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks at a forum of senior journalists in Seoul, May 3, 2006. South Korea will object to any attempt at changing communist North Korea, Lee said, reiterating the position that encouragement, not pressure, was the best way to manage its unpredictable neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
LEE
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April 21, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, 2006....
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, .....
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, 2006. [North and South Korea will hold talks starting on Friday when Seoul will prod Pyongyang to return to multilateral negotiations on its nuclear programme and to provide information on its citizens held in the North.]
KOREA NORTH MINISTER
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April 21, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (C) and his delegation wave as they leave for Pyongyang...
Seoul, multiple countries
South Korean Unification Minister Lee waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (C) and his delegation wave as they leave for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, 2006. North and South Korea will hold talks starting on Friday when Seoul will prod Pyongyang to return to multilateral negotiations on its nuclear programme and to provide information on its citizens held in the North. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA NORTH MINISTER
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April 21, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, 2006....
Seoul, multiple countries
South Korean Unification Minister Lee waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok waves as he leaves for Pyongyang in Seoul April 21, 2006. North and South Korea will hold talks starting on Friday when Seoul will prod Pyongyang to return to multilateral negotiations on its nuclear programme and to provide information on its citizens held in the North. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA NORTH BORDER
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (6th R) and other officers attend an opening ceremony...
Paju, Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee attend an opening ceremony of new highway border office in Paju...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (6th R) and other officers attend an opening ceremony of new highway border office in Paju, north of Seoul March 15, 2006. South Korea on Wednesday opened two glitzy complexes to process highway traffic crossing the fortified border with the North, hoping such trips will soon become a part of life on the Cold War's last frontier. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH BORDER
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and the governor of Kyonggi province Son Hak-gyu...
Paju, Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee and governor of Kyonggi province Son look at immigration checkpoint...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R) and the governor of Kyonggi province Son Hak-gyu look at the immigration checkpoint system during the opening ceremony of a new highway border office in Paju, north of Seoul March 15, 2006. South Korea on Wednesday opened two glitzy complexes to process highway traffic crossing the fortified border with the North, hoping such trips will soon become a part of life on the Cold War's last frontier. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH BORDER
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks during the opening ceremony of a new highway border...
Paju, Korea
South Korean Unification Minister Lee speaks during opening ceremony of new highway border office in...
South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok speaks during the opening ceremony of a new highway border office in Paju, north of Seoul March 15, 2006. South Korea on Wednesday opened two glitzy complexes to process highway traffic crossing the fortified border with the North, hoping such trips will soon become a part of life on the Cold War's last frontier. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
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