South Koreans are electing a successor to president Park Geun-hye. The favorite is Moon Jae-in, who has pledged to clean up government and ease tensions with the North. But public trust in politicians is wearing thin.
Amid a thaw in relations, the two Koreas have started discussions on reopening special economic zones that allow companies from the South to operate in the North. Julian Ryall reports.
In the wake of the US-North Korea summit, South Korean democrats are meeting to discuss the future of defense whereas conservatives are calling the outcome a one-sided victory for Pyongyang. Fabian Kretschmer reports.
A South Korean judge has found the former President Park Geun-hye guilty of abuse of power, as well as the crime of coercion. She has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.
President Moon Jae-in has welcomed the diplomatic "success" between Washington and Pyongyang, but many South Koreans believe it's not wise to give up on security guarantees. Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
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