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Chinese jet crashes   France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory South Korea beat Italy  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit Korean ship battle kills four  North and South Korean warships exchanged gunfire near the western sea border. One South Korean frigate was sunk Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place Prime minister replaced Rival Koreas agree to new talks Koreas resume peace talks Koreas report progress in talks US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth Breakthrough on Korean border links Clean up after deadly typhoon Work began on railway to link Koreas Koreas clear minefields U.S. warns N. Korea over nukes Seoul demands North end nuke program North Korea agrees to nuclear dialogue Huge anti-US rally Presidential election Roh claims victory presidential vote
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  Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'


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4. 03-24 Envoy set for Pyongyang South Korea
5. 04-01 Last-gasp strike talks South Korea
6. 04-02 Envoy leaves for Pyongyang South Korea
7. 04-04 Family reunions to resume South Korea
I. 04-07 Sand smothers Mongolia to Korea South Korea





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Bush backs Korean dialogue Chinese jet crashes Map of Busan South Korea  An Air China flight carrying 155 passengers and 10 crewmembers has crashed near Busan. Some people survived the crash 50 pulled alive from crush Tears as Korean relatives are reunited Foot-and-mouth Foot-and-mouth spreads President's son arrested   France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.10  Wunderkind An enters final rounds


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March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.17  North Koreans set off for Seoul
Mar.18  US prepares arms deal with Seoul
Mar.24  Envoy set for Pyongyang


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Last-gasp strike talks
Apr.2  Envoy leaves for Pyongyang
Apr.4  Family reunions to resume
Apr.7  Sand smothers Mongolia to Korea
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Apr.28


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May.29  FIFA re-elects Blatter
May.31  
  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory


June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3  Brazil 2-1 Turkey Jun.4 South Korea 2-0 Poland
Jun.5  U.S. upsets Portugal 3-2 at World Cup  U.S. upsets Portugal 3-2 at World Cup Jun.6  Senegal 1-1 Denmark  France's 0-0 Uruguay Jun.8  Brazil 4-0 China Jun.10  Korea 1-1 U.S.  Portugal eliminates Poland 4-0 Jun.11 Denmark 2-0 France  Senegal 3-3 Uruguay Jun.14 Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Jun.15  Germany 1-0 Paraguay Horror bus crash kills 13 Jun.16 Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland Jun.17 US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals Jun.18     South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup
Jun.21   Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal  Midfielder Michael Ballack scored on a header. Americans proved they are no longer the pushovers of U.S. teams past Jun.22   Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals  The co-hosts won it 5-3 after the match finished goalless after 120 minutes to become the first Asian team to reach the last 4 Jun.25   Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit
Jun.28   Korean ship battle kills four
  North and South Korean warships exchanged gunfire near the western sea border. One South Korean frigate was sunk
Jun.29     Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place  Hakan Sukur hit the fastest goal in World Cup finals history after 11 seconds Jun.30 N. Korea accuses South of navy attack

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Jul.7 N Korea warns of 'new armed clash'
Jul.10   Prime minister replaced  President Kim replaces 8 ministerial-level officials. Jang Sang becomes the first country's female prime minister Jul.25 N. Korea 'regrets' fatal naval skirmish

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3   Rival Koreas agree to new talks  North and South Korea have agreed to restart stalled talks to get the reconciliation process back on track Aug.8 New prime minister
Aug.9 Opposition gains control in Assembly Aug.11   Koreas resume peace talks Map of Seoul South Korea  Officials have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Seoul aimed at restarting the reconciliation process Aug.12   Koreas report progress in talks  Significant progress was being made in high-level talks aimed at reviving the reconciliation process Aug.19 'Boat people' in mass defection Aug.28     US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth  North Korea is selling its weapons and missile technology to any state willing to pay for it Aug.30     Breakthrough on Korean border links  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Aug.31 Storm claims 15 lives

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1     Clean up after deadly typhoon
  Powerful storms wreaked havoc across the peninsula forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes Sep.3 Typhoon delays key talks
Sep.8 Family reunion meeting place to set up Sep.14 Groundwork for cross-border links Sep.17   Work began on railway to link Koreas  Both countres expressed hope the monumental project would bring peace to their divided peninsula Sep.18   Koreas clear minefields  South and North Korean troops marched into the Demilitarized Zone to begin clearing minefields for the rail and road links

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.9  N. Korean cheersquad Oct.19     U.S. warns N. Korea over nukes  Assistant Secretary of State called on Pyongyang to fully disarm or face 'maximum international pressure'   Seoul demands North end nuke program   North and South Korea have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Pyongyang Oct.22     North Korea agrees to nuclear dialogue  South and North negotiators have agreed to cooperate aggressively to resolve all bilateral issues

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.13 Kim, Bush: N. Korea move 'unacceptable'
Dec.14   Huge anti-US rally   About 50,000 have rallied in Seoul in protest over the deaths of 2 girls killed by US servicemen in a road accident Dec.18   Presidential election  Tight race is dominated by the nation's relationships with Pyongyang to the north and the United States Dec.19   Roh claims victory presidential vote
  Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'
Dec.26 Wary S. Korea responds to nuke crisis
Dec.30 'Sanctions won't work' S Korea may reach out to north


Korean ship battle kills four




South Korea, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Mar.18  US prepares arms deal with Seoul
Jun.28
  North and South Korean warships exchanged gunfire near the western sea border. One South Korean frigate was sunk
Jun.30 N. Korea accuses South of navy attack
Jul.7 N Korea warns of 'new armed clash' Jul.25 N. Korea 'regrets' fatal naval skirmish Aug.28   US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth  North Korea is selling its weapons and missile technology to any state willing to pay for it Aug.30   Breakthrough on Korean border links
  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Sep.18 Koreas clear minefields  South and North Korean troops marched into the Demilitarized Zone to begin clearing minefields for the rail and road links Oct.19   U.S. warns N. Korea over nukes  Assistant Secretary of State called on Pyongyang to fully disarm or face 'maximum international pressure' Oct.19 Seoul demands North end nuke program   North and South Korea have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Pyongyang Dec.26 Wary S. Korea responds to nuke crisis



South Korea, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 Apr.7  Sand smothers Mongolia to Korea Apr.14 Chinese jet crashes
Map of Busan South Korea  An Air China flight carrying 155 passengers and 10 crewmembers has crashed near Busan. Some people survived the crash Apr.15 50 pulled alive from crush May.3 Foot-and-mouth May.11 Foot-and-mouth spreads Jun.15 Horror bus crash kills 13 Aug.31 Storm claims 15 lives Sep.1   Clean up after deadly typhoon  Powerful storms wreaked havoc across the peninsula forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes Sep.3 Typhoon delays key talks



South Korea, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Apr.1  Last-gasp strike talks Sep.17 Work began on railway to link Koreas  Both countres expressed hope the monumental project would bring peace to their divided peninsula



South Korea, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.10  Wunderkind An enters final rounds May.29  FIFA re-elects Blatter May.31   France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory
Jun.3  Brazil 2-1 Turkey Jun.4 South Korea 2-0 Poland
Jun.5  U.S. upsets Portugal 3-2 at World Cup Jun.5  U.S. upsets Portugal 3-2 at World Cup Jun.6  Senegal 1-1 Denmark Jun.6  France's 0-0 Uruguay Jun.8  Brazil 4-0 China Jun.10  Korea 1-1 U.S. Jun.10  Portugal eliminates Poland 4-0 Jun.11 Denmark 2-0 France Jun.11  Senegal 3-3 Uruguay Jun.14 Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal Jun.14 U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Jun.15  Germany 1-0 Paraguay Jun.16 Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland Jun.17 US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals Jun.18   South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup
Jun.21 Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal  Midfielder Michael Ballack scored on a header. Americans proved they are no longer the pushovers of U.S. teams past Jun.22 Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals  The co-hosts won it 5-3 after the match finished goalless after 120 minutes to become the first Asian team to reach the last 4 Jun.25 Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit
Jun.29   Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place  Hakan Sukur hit the fastest goal in World Cup finals history after 11 seconds Oct.9  N. Korean cheersquad



South Korea, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 May.18 President's son arrested




South Korea, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.19 Bush backs Korean dialogue
Mar.17  North Koreans set off for Seoul Mar.24  Envoy set for Pyongyang Apr.1  Last-gasp strike talks Apr.2  Envoy leaves for Pyongyang Apr.4  Family reunions to resume Apr.28 Tears as Korean relatives are reunited Jul.10 Prime minister replaced  President Kim replaces 8 ministerial-level officials. Jang Sang becomes the first country's female prime minister Aug.3 Rival Koreas agree to new talks  North and South Korea have agreed to restart stalled talks to get the reconciliation process back on track Aug.8 New prime minister Aug.9 Opposition gains control in Assembly Aug.11 Koreas resume peace talks Map of Seoul South Korea  Officials have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Seoul aimed at restarting the reconciliation process Aug.12 Koreas report progress in talks  Significant progress was being made in high-level talks aimed at reviving the reconciliation process Aug.19 'Boat people' in mass defection Aug.30   Breakthrough on Korean border links  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Sep.3 Typhoon delays key talks Sep.8 Family reunion meeting place to set up Sep.14 Groundwork for cross-border links Oct.22   North Korea agrees to nuclear dialogue  South and North negotiators have agreed to cooperate aggressively to resolve all bilateral issues Dec.13 Kim, Bush: N. Korea move 'unacceptable' Dec.14 Huge anti-US rally   About 50,000 have rallied in Seoul in protest over the deaths of 2 girls killed by US servicemen in a road accident Dec.18 Presidential election  Tight race is dominated by the nation's relationships with Pyongyang to the north and the United States Dec.19 Roh claims victory presidential vote
  Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'
Dec.30 'Sanctions won't work'
Dec.30 S Korea may reach out to north