Iran-South Korea Relations
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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran is eager to further develop its bilateral relations with Seoul and Hanoi.
The South Korean embassy in Tehran has rejected the groundless reports on suspending its shipments of Iranian crude oil and gas condensates in July.
The 31st Tehran International Book Fair has drawn more publishers and authors from around the world this year compared to previous years.
Iranian nanotechnology firms held their first meeting with South Korean companies this week in a bid to explore grounds for cooperation and commercialisation of products.
In recent years, South Korea has shown its interest in developing the Zurkhaneh (Pahlavani) sports through the management of the issues related to this original Iranian sport across the Asian continent.
Iran plans to build a new solar power plant in the Zarandieh town of Markazi Province as part of a project mainly funded by a South Korean company.
The PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games has extended official apology to Iranian olympians over its decision to exclude them from Samsung Electronics’ welcoming pack.
Iran has urged the Samsung Electronics to immediately apologize over its decision to deny Iranian athletes the free smartphones given as a gift to all Olympics athletes, otherwise the country may ban the import of all Samsung phones.
The South Korean ambassador has been summoned to the Iranian foreign ministry over Samsung’s “immoral” decision to exclude Iranian athletes at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games from receiving its special gift under the pretext of international sanctions on Tehran.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has offered deep condolences over the deaths and injuries of dozens of sick and elderly people as a result of a fire in a hospital in South Korea.
Iran and South Korea have signed seven cooperation documents in various areas as a step toward the enhancement of mutual relations.
Iran’s Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development says South Korea and Germany will provide funds for the development of electric trains in the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Technical and Vocational University has kicked off cooperation with South Korean embassy in Tehran to expand its scientific exchange with the Asian country and the world.
Iranian media on Saturday celebrated the country’s biggest credit line deal in recent years with South Korea’s Eximbank, saying it marked a new opening in attracting foreign investment.
An Iranian knowledge-based company is to export its resistance welding electrodes, much in demand by auto makers, to international markets.
Speaker of South Korea’s National Assembly, Chung Sye-kyun, has used the opportunity of a diplomatic visit to Iran to tour the heritage sites in the central Iranian city of Isfahan.
Iran and South Korea as two close economic partners have held a joint seminar on intellectual property in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The speaker of Iran’s Parliament has voiced Tehran’s willingness to use its capacities and capabilities to help improve inter-Korean relations.
Iranian tourism officials will discuss the possibility of relaxing visa regulations with China, Japan, and South Korea in the next few months, according to the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has turned to the second oil supplier of South Korea, which has imported 2.26 million tonnes of Iranian crude, or 534,368 barrels per day (bpd), up 118.8 percent from 1.03 million tonnes a year ago, reaching a record
South Korea’s Ambassador to Tehran has expressed regret over the US attempts to stonewall monetary and banking transactions after the JCPOA went into effect on January 16.