“We’ve had bowling balls, blankets and bricks in the past. And once we found a fridge. But things have got a lot better now.... Now we just get a few spoons and rice bowls here and there.”
Now more marginalized than ever, how do South Korea's conservative hardliners view the current situation on the Korean Peninsula? Meet outspoken retired air force general Hahn Sung-chu.
Supporters call it the 'key.' Critics like Elon Musk call it 'dumb.' Hyundai Motor recently launched the Nexo, its new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Can the perpetual "fuel of the future" become a viable source of energy in South Korea, and beyond?
As South Korea's electric vehicle market takes off, KÉ BUSINESS tries out the all-electric version of the Hyundai Ioniq, via car sharing service Greencar.
This month marks 70 years of 4.3, one of the worst cases of violence perpetrated by the South Korean state against its own citizens. A different sort of tour shows Jeju beyond the teddy bears and postcard beaches.
Shin Ji-ye is the Green Party's provisional candidate for the upcoming Seoul mayoral elections in June. She's probably not going to win. But her platform provides shrewd, progressive insight into some of Seoul's -- and by default, South Korea's -- most pressing problems.
Former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak turned up for questioning by Seoul prosecutors on Mar. 14, on suspicions including embezzlement and bribery. But does he really still see himself as a political martyr?
Mt. Gariwang is one of South Korea's oldest and most valuable ecosystems. A part of the forest was demolished for an Olympics venue. Can it be restored, like the government says?