Inter-Korean relations may be on the mend, but it’s an uphill battle to challenge the narrative of brainless, heartless North Koreans.
The Korean Peninsula in blue, divided by a black wire, with white liquid pooling in the center. This is the "Pyeongchang dessert" -- an edible statement on inter-Korean politics, for VIP guests at the Olympics.
Split by the two global superpowers after WW2, South and North Korea are still technically at war. But two countries have much more complex relations than being enemies.
Not everyone is happy about the recent thaw in inter-Korean relations ahead of the Pyeongchang Olympics. Some are burning pictures of Kim Jong-un.
This unassuming 84-year-old living in Seoul holds a secret: His sister was married to the late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and bore Kim Jong-nam, once a contender for power. His story is one of tragedy, reunion and loss.
Entrepreneurs persist to visit the defunct Kaesong Industrial Complex while slamming the government for its inadequate financial compensation.
Ceasefire in 1953 may have halted the war between two Koreas. But psychological war using ppira continued, with women's bodies at the center.
World Taekwondo Federation Championships are taking place in Muju, S Korea. North Koreans participate in a rare show of inter-Korean engagement.