Is there room for freedom of conscience in the South Korean military? Is there room to discuss peace in a country technically at war? Reporter Jieun Choi provides an overview of the plight of conscientious objectors.
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.
Beyond the Paralympics, interest in actual quality of life for disabled people is low. Recently, the South Korean government finally proposed to remove the long-contested rating system for disabled people. Activists say there is a long way to go.
International students are a valuable part of South Korean universities, where domestic enrollment is declining due to low birth rate. But it's alarmingly common to see them work as undocumented laborers, outside regulations and law.
Four years after the controversial wedding with his husband in Seoul, Dave Kim is struggling to legalize his marriage. But he's hopeful; here's why.
Nearly a decade of conservative rule has undermined the fight for human rights in South Korea. Will Moon Jae-in bring changes NGOs hope for?