Marking the third anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, Jun Michael Park's ongoing project Sewol Aftermath was featured in Buzzfeed News.
1,000 days after the Sewol ferry sunk, bodies of nine passengers are still missing, and their families continue to wait in anguish at the nearest port.
In Seoul, space is limited and housing expensive. Sharehouse Woozoo has found a way to provide young people with affordable housing and a sense of community
On Dec. 9, 2016, the National Assembly impeached President Park Geun-hye. We revisit the moments that shaped South Korea's "Candlelight Revolution".
Seoul Fashion Week, a semi-annual celebration of South Korean fashion, is taking place this week at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. It's a spectacle to behold.
If one were to go by a recent discussion in Reddit's Korea forum, the most bizarre city in South Korea would undoubtedly be Songdo.
Baek Nam-gi's struggle continues; the Sewol commission ends; Kim Young-ran law takes effect; child labor batteries; and elderly poverty.
Families of the Sewol disaster victims continue to seek answers about the deaths of loved ones, going against a government that is determined to stop them.