Goshitel has become a place of refuge for South Korea's poor. A young photographer lived in an unnamed goshitel for ten months, documenting the lives therein.
After the ruling by the Constitutional Court of Korea to remove Park Geun-hye on Friday. Mar. 10, pro-Park supporters lashed out their anger at journalists.
South Korean artist Lee Lang sold her Korean Music Awards trophy during the award ceremony. She was playful, but her story is telling.
1,000 days after the Sewol ferry sunk, bodies of nine passengers are still missing, and their families continue to wait in anguish at the nearest port.
In Seoul, space is limited and housing expensive. Sharehouse Woozoo has found a way to provide young people with affordable housing and a sense of community
The Sewol ferry disaster deeply affected young people, who have been dubbed the Sewol Generation. Three years after the sinking, they open their eyes to dysfunction of adults and politics.
Chairman of the Sewol Investigation Commission and Sewol fathers discuss how South Korean government has been interfering with the Sewol salvage and truth-finding process.
Families of the Sewol disaster victims continue to seek answers about the deaths of loved ones, going against a government that is determined to stop them.
The Dongdaemun Design Plaza celebrates its first anniversary. But I cannot help but think of it as state-imposed plastic surgery on the face of Seoul.
South Koreans stand in solidarity with the laid-off Ssangyong Motors workers, who have been staging aerial protest on top of a smokestack in their former factory in Pyeongtaek since Dec 13.
Two sides of South Korea clashed near the DMZ over the impending launch of anti-North Korea leaflets using balloons. Total chaos ensued.