Tinder has revolutionized dating worldwide, making "right-swipe" a widely understood concept in many countries. But why hasn't it caught on in South Korea, despite the country's high demand for matchmaking?
The placard bearers in Pyeongchang Olympics opening ceremony have been dubbed the "snowflake fairies" by a local media outlet. There may be a reason why all 30 bearers were beautiful women. Check out the recruitment ad.
Both human rights groups and conservative Christians are bracing themselves for the biggest legal fight to come: a constitutional reform that might ban discrimination against sexual minorities and allow same-sex marriage.
Why has Korail chosen to put non-Korean speaking Pyeongchang Rail Pass holders at such a disadvantage when booking tickets for the Lunar New Year period?
Racism? The owner of "Blackies" said, “People shouldn’t scrutinize every little thing. Foreigners who complain have an inferiority complex.”
There are ~24,000 single mothers in S Korea. There may be more, but they remain hidden, ashamed of their "abnormality." Here's a mother that says, Speak Up.
In June, an Indian student was turned away from a bar in Seoul because of his nationality. Recently, he finally received an apology.
Residents at Gangseo district, Seoul, are trying to stop the construction of a school for the disabled. "Keep them out," they say.