A battle going on at Paris Baguette, South Korea's best known franchise bakery, could set a tasty precedent for employment practices in the country.
Most of Uber's services were declared illegal in South Korea in 2015. Will Poolus share the same fate? Can transportation start-ups make it in the country?
The latest tourism ad, released by the Seoul gov, is aimed for the streets of NYC. The original design has been criticized for undertones of sex tourism.
Company responsible for construction of expanded U.S. military base is suspected of having paid bribes and created a secret slush fund.
South Korean high school students are under heavy academic stress. But high school students in vocational schools have their own kind of difficulties.
South Korea's young conservatives may be unpopular among their peers, but it has support large enough to print 30,000 stamps commemorating Park Chung-hee.
As a legal amendment threatens to tax the income of religious workers, some Protestant groups appear anxious to avoid financial scrutiny.
Government reports show that South Korea's public and private infrastructure, especially schools, aren't equipped to withstand powerful earthquakes.