Realizing a South Korea-US Defense Partnership in Space
By Sam Wilson
The allies’ wide-ranging level of military cooperation has not typically extended to space. That may be about to change.
Making Yoon’s Space Vision a South Korean Reality
By Jennifer Hong Whetsell and Alice Cho
Seoul has ambitious plans, but can the Yoon administration spark interest and investment that will outlast his presidency?
Developments in Asia-Pacific’s Space Industry
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Benjamin Charlton.
South Korea’s Space Program Is a Big Deal
By Andy Hong
The successful launch of the domestically produced Nuri rocket has implications for the nation, the region, and the world.
South Korea Launches First Satellite With Homegrown Rocket
By Hyung-Jin Kim
On its second launch, South Korea’s Nuri rocket successfully placed a satellite into orbit.
South Korea Test Launches 1st Domestically Made Space Rocket
By Kim Tong-hyung
"Although (the launch) failed to achieve its objectives perfectly, it was an excellent accomplishment for a first launch," President Moon said in a televised speech.
South Korea Moves Closer to Launching Its First Lunar Orbiter
By Troy Stangarone
South Korea is on pace to launch the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO) next year, part of its expanding space program.
The EU’s Growing Security Cooperation With South Korea
By Nicola Casarini
The longstanding relationship got a new push from a shared sense uncertainty during the Trump administration.
Asia’s Many Space Races
By Joan Johnson-Freese
It's not just the U.S. and China; there are other equally strategic space races going on in Asia as well.
South Korea’s Race to Space Is Lagging Behind
By Harry Kim
The Moon administration needs to give its full support to South Korea's space program.
South Korea's Quest to Be a Major Space Power
By Tae-jun Kang
South Korea is on its way to become a major player in space.
South Korea’s Only Astronaut Retires
By Tae-jun Kang
Yi So-yeon, the first astronaut of Korea, has announced she will retire in August.