From a Kim Jong-un impersonator to a LOT of curling parodies, the Pyeongchang Olympics, closing today, had its share of humorous moments. Here is our selection.
One minute foe, one minute friends walking in together carrying a unification flag in the Olympics opening ceremony. How should we make sense of North Korea's switching tactics?
As South Korean and international media churn out reams of commentary and speculation, how are North Korean media presenting their country's high-level visit to Pyeongchang Olympics?
Forget about the stereotypes of South Korean youth: "submissive, suppressed, silent." Guk Beom-geun is creating a platform for South Korea's young people, a millennial media by and for millennials. He's not afraid to put in a few "f**ks" along the way.
Women's inter-Korean team played Switzerland in their first ice hockey match on Feb. 10. But there was more going on in the Kwadong Hockey Center than just sports. Here's a pick of our best photos of the night.
There were scenes of jubilation as North and South Korea walked out together under the unification flag at the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Read our dispatch from the scene.
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.
The last time the two Koreas even communicated was in February 2016. At least on the surface, the Olympics cooperation is a pretty big thaw in relations. So why are reactions down south kinda lukewarm? Here's our breakdown.