Why is feminism so taboo in South Korea's game industry? Meet these divas, the brave souls who call themselves feminist gamers in an industry notorious for misogyny.
...which stands for 'membership training,' but in South Korea often means a group retreat with ample chances to drink booze and sleep in later than usual. And no work, of course, other than weeding.
How did Korea Exposé become a startup? What are its goals and business strategies? Haeryun Kang, Korea Exposé's CEO & Managing Editor, shared the story of our journalism startup with students from ASIA TOMORROW.
“When you’re [running] a startup, you’re a jack of all trades. You can’t just be content makers. I have to…
South Korea's summit with North Korea is happening in less than a week. It's seen as an important stepping stone for Kim Jong-un's expected meeting with Donald Trump sometime in May. What does North Korea want? What are some unspoken issues?
The inter-Korean summit is happening on Apr. 27, the first head-of-state meeting in 11 years. Publisher Se-Woong Koo provided commentary…
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It's been a full year since Korea Exposé launched as a company, and Se-Woong Koo steps down from the role of CEO, to be replaced by managing editor Haeryun Kang effective immediately.