In Sunshine Land, South Korean children frolic about in virtual reality...as gunned soldiers. Welcome to the 21st century, where war is taught like a game.
During this week's China trip by Moon Jae-in, South Korea tentatively tested shifting its foreign policy toward so-called "balanced diplomacy."
Racism? The owner of "Blackies" said, “People shouldn’t scrutinize every little thing. Foreigners who complain have an inferiority complex.”
The Philippines is a popular destination for South Koreans. Many men, though, are accused of abandoning their half-Filipino children, dubbed Kopino.
Anonymous reporting is common in South Korean journalism. "Gwangyeja" is a shady figure often used to cite the nameless. Here's our critique of this custom.
As a chunk of Itaewon prepares for bulldozer-assisted oblivion, questions about Seoul's redevelopment addiction come back to the fore.
Not a lot of people in S. Korea are thinking about war with N. Korea. The few war preppers do it in secret. Here's one speaking out about how to survive.
Generous ratings in the inaugural Michelin Guide on Seoul perturbed one British food critic. Korean food critics weigh in on his assessment.
Call them what you want: mad bitches, nasty women. The women who comprise most of S. Korea's irregular workforce continue to fight for their rights.
One of the world’s last pristine rainforests in Indonesia is being cut down to make a quick buck -- by some of South Korea’s biggest companies.
"I have both sides, as a man and a woman, and I’m proud of that. I am happy to be versatile." Our interview with Jungle, a young drag queen in Itaewon.
Han Kang's novel "The Vegetarian" won the coveted Booker Prize last year, but its translation remains dogged by charges of numerous errors. What's going on?