April 17th @ 9:33 AM GMT
Yahoo! Oahu (United States) (AFP) - Kim Sei-Young fired a five-under 67 in Thursday's second round to join rookie Kim In-Kyung atop a crowded South Korean dominated leaderboard at the LPGA Tour's LOTTE Championship. (Sports)
April 17th @ 4:02 AM GMT
Yahoo! South Korean Kim In-kyung said that strong winds created an element of luck in the second round at the LOTTE Championship in Hawaii on Thursday. ''I feel really happy with the (round because) even though you hit a good shot, in this wind it can (go) anywhere really,'' Kim In-kyung told reporters. Kim Sei-young, meanwhile, showed no obvious mental wounds from her recent major meltdown as she carded 67 to tie the lead. Another Korean, Park In-bee, was three strokes behind in third place, ... (Sports)
April 16th @ 10:59 PM GMT
Yahoo! April 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Heritage Classic at the par-71 course on Thursday in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina -5 Matt Every (U.S.) 66 Graeme McDowell (Britain) 66 -4 Bae Sang-Moon (Korea) 67 -3 Kevin Kisner (U.S.) 68 Scott Langley (U.S.) 68 Cameron Smith (Australia) 68 Morgan Hoffmann (U.S.) 68 Matt Kuchar (U.S.) 68 -2 Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 69 Joost Luiten (Netherlands) 69 Bo Van Pelt (U.S.) 69 Pat Perez (U.S.) 69 Johnson Wagner (U.S.) 69 Ric... (Sports)
April 17th @ 9:31 AM GMT
Yahoo! A North Korean propaganda unit said the U.S. ambassador to South Korea could face a ''bigger mishap'' than the knife attack to his face last month if he does not stop insulting North Korea with ''laughable'' accusations. U.S. envoy Mark Lippert said in a speech on Wednesday that if North Korea improves its human rights record and takes steps to end its nuclear programme, it will be rewarded with prosperity and better ties with the outside world, including the United States. The Nort... (World)
April 18th @ 5:14 AM GMT
Yahoo! LPGA Tour rookie Kim Sei-young held firm in windy conditions to take over the solo lead after the third round of the South Korean-dominated LOTTE Championship in Hawaii on Friday. Facing winds that reached up to 30 miles per hour, Kim scrapped out a two-under-par 70 that put her at 12-under for the tournament and gave her a one-stroke edge over fellow South Korean Kim In-kyung, who entered the day tied for the lead. For Kim Sei-young, the final round at the Ko Olina course near Honolulu wil... (Sports)
April 16th @ 8:15 PM GMT
Yahoo! South Korea's Bae Sang-moon surged into an early one-shot lead in the opening round of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina on Thursday while newly crowned Masters champion Jordan Spieth was preparing for a late start. Bae, a double winner on the PGA Tour, coped well with strong breezes on a chilly day at Hilton Head Island and birdied four of his last eight holes on the picturesque Harbour Town Golf Links to card a four-under-par 67. (Sports)
April 18th @ 12:47 PM GMT
NPR Thousands of police formed a perimeter around the heart of South Korea's capital Saturday, in an effort to dampen a third day of protests over the government handling of a ferry disaster one year ago. (Top Stories)
April 17th @ 3:12 AM GMT
Yahoo! - Graeme McDowell and Matt Every posted matching 66s for a share of the lead while Masters champ Jordan Spieth struggled to a 74 in the first round of the PGA Tour's Heritage event Thursday. McDowell, the 2013 champion, has made three cuts in his last six starts and his best finish was a share of 36th in Malaysia. South Korea's Bae Sang-Moon kicked off his week with a four-under 67 and is alone in third place, while defending champion Matt Kuchar shot a three-under 68. He was joined in fo... (Politics)
April 17th @ 1:23 PM GMT
CNN Here's some background information about the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), also called North Korea. It borders China, Russia and South Korea. (World)
April 16th @ 10:27 PM GMT
Yahoo! US, Japanese and South Korean diplomats Thursday renewed concerns about moves by China to stake its claim to disputed seas and urged Beijing to preserve freedom of navigation in the key waterways. Deputy US Secretary Tony Blinken repeated America's position that all competing claims in the South and East China Seas should be dealt with according to the rule of law. Countries should ''not take unilateral actions,'' he stressed, after Beijing's efforts to stake its claim to most of the ... (Politics)
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