South Korea has spent 240 million won ($223,237) on Kim Yo Jong and her entourage for their visit at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
South Korea will sign trade agreements with five Central American nations, boosting the Korean automotive and electronics sectors.
GM has offered to convert a debt of $2.2 billion into equity in return for financial support and tax benefits from Seoul, sources said.
Hosting the Olympics has become an increasingly expensive venture, with a number of hosts going into debt.
Airbnb claims that hosts in South Korea's Gangwon province were predicted to earn $2.1 million during the Winter Olympics.
South Korea approved a $2.64 million budget to cover the costs of hosting the North Koreans during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
South Korea has racked up losses from hosting the Winter Olympics, says economics professor.
When Pyeongchang first pitched itself to host the Olympic games, few people inside of South Korea could even locate it on a map.
South Korea's government rejected criticism over North Korea's participation in the Winter Games.
A South Korean consumer group filed a criminal complaint against Apple CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices.
Beijing and Seoul's relationship has been testy since a U.S. anti-missile deployment in South Korea, but that may soon change.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports President Trump is urging the international community to do more to tackle the North Korean issue.
Trump flew into South Korea on Tuesday, the closest he has come to the frontlines of the nuclear standoff with North Korea.
A senior administration official told reporters there is not enough time on the president's schedule during his Asia trip.
The growing trade relationship between the Asian countries shows that South Korea still makes what China needs, N.Y. Times reports.
It's not too late for South Korean leaders to "reflect on the lessons" from Seoul's THAAD deployment, Chinese state media said on Tuesday.
If South Korea is going to protect itself from North Korean missiles, it may want to talk to a country with experience.
The state-of-the-art anti-missile technology may be a start, but it won't protect Seoul from North Korean missiles.
The United States on Thursday flew some of its most advanced warplanes to South Korea to take part in bombing drills aimed at intimidating North Korea
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said the U.S. is already in an "economic war with China," The American Prospect reported.