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South Korea said 18,489 people received their first doses of AstraZeneca PLC's vaccine by midnight on Friday.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday unveiled the first Galaxy S smartphone with a stylus for on-screen work called the S Pen.
The South Korea government has assisted in the search and evacuation of the fallen Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 on Saturday, January 9.
The Indonesia-South Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IK-CEPA) has been officially signed on December 18.
Bothered by the waste caused by disposable face masks, the South Korean student has come up with an eco-friendly solution, melting them to make stools
A South Korean hiker founded a group dedicated to picking up trash from there and the country's other mountain parks and turning it into art.
The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) reported 330 new daily coronavirus cases as of midnight on Saturday
South Korea's total Covid-19 infections rise to 28,998, with 494 deaths.
A South Korean company is set to relocate its plant from China to Central Java's Pati district in Indonesia.
As the global coronavirus pandemic has stymied overseas travel, a South Korean family has turned to a new and extreme form of a staycation.
The government plans to provide military education for university students. It is claimed this will increase their love for the country.
The Indonesian government has officially signed a deal with three countries upon establishing travel corridors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia and South Korea arrange a bilateral 'essential business travel corridor' that allows business and diplomatic trips amid COVID-19 pandemic.
South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the center of the country's largest outbreak of COVID-19 infections.
The Agriculture Ministry through the Surabaya BBKP destroyed a total of 1.5-ton napa cabbage seeds worth Rp1.2 billion from South Korea.
Longtime Seoul City Mayor Park Won-soon was found dead on Friday after his daughter reported him missing.
Fast response and concrete policy are what Indonesia needs in this COVID-19 pandemic.
An epidemiologist at the University of Indonesia reminded the government to slow down in opening the schools at the new normal period.
The Indonesian government planned to open the tourism corridor to four countries, namely China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia.
Early this month, a news report coming out of South Korea sparked furor across the archipelago.