Sunday, March 14, 2010

Korea news links for March 14, 2010: Spring forward

Not much happening today, but some potentially big stories are a brewin'.
  1. Former US Secretary of State hospitalized in Seoul for stomach pains (links here)
  2. North Korea reportedly decides to return to stalled six-party talks in April (Reuters, AP via WaPo, Bloomberg, Korea Times)
    • Unification Minister says South Korea must take lead in reviving talks (Yonhap)
  3. North Korea reportedly prepares portraits of leader's youngest son en masse to prepare for succession (links here)
  4. Blue House to reopen tours to foreign visitors, months after suspending them over H1N1 fears (Yonhap)
  5. Mysterious time shift leads to worldwide panic; riots, mass suicides, and urban looting reported across globe (Reuters)

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