The Chosun is one of the more conservative-leaning daily newspapers in Korea. Not surprising then, their English language edition is usually more newsy and serious. None of the left-wing soapboxing of the Hani, and few of the questionably-edited puff pieces of the KT. So it's a decent source for decent Koreaphiles to add to their RSS reader.
Main Chosun Ilbo RSS feed
They publicize only their main, full-news RSS feed:
But I always prefer categorized feeds to help keep the flood of articles down to just those areas I'm interested in. So I went snooping, and with some Google-fu and some trial-and-error, came up with the following list of other currently-working RSS feeds for various paper sections. You'll notice some repeat at different URLs. This is not an exhaustive list, as far as I know, and there may be others for other categories. If you find another, let me know.
Chosun Ilbo specific news category feeds:
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news1.xml (National)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news2.xml (Business)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news3.xml (Sports)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news4.xml (Arts & Entertainment)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news5.xml (World)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news6.xml (Opinion)
- http://english.chosun.com/site/data/rss/news7.xml (Tip of the Day)
Chosun Ilbo keyword search feed
Another neat trick I discovered, which is featured on their Korean-language RSS service, is that you can subscribe to keyword searches also. It seems to search your keyword across all content (Korean and English articles) but if you use an English-language keyword, the resulting article count is pretty well restricted to English content. Try it out:
Here's a feed for articles about "Busan" for example.
Awhile back I did something similar for Korea Times news section feeds, and you can my other feed-related posts here.
Happy news reading.