Anti-spycam protesters have made history in South Korea: Their rallies, including the fourth one today, were some of the largest women's rallies ever. Yet the organizers still remain largely in the shadows, nameless and faceless. We spoke to some of them in early July.
Why is spycam porn such a big problem in South Korea? Our managing editor Haeryun Kang sat down with Andre Goulet to discuss the issue of 'molka,' why women are so concerned and what we can expect from the movement fighting it.
In a city 75km east of Seoul, Tottenham forward Son Heung-min's father Son Woong-jung isn't content with his son's fame and builds an empire that would produce a steady supply of future football stars.
As Seoul prepares for its pride parade this Saturday, meet one young man who grew up and still struggles with being gay in South Korea.
North Korea is a hard country to report on for journalists from any country. But even in South Korea, right next to the North, the problem of misreporting is dire, for reasons that go beyond lack of sources.
Many assume that spycam contents are explicitly sexual or pornographic. In fact, many footages aren't sexual but still violate women's privacy -- and with the current technology, can easily be appropriated into porn.
South Korea's victory against Germany at the World Cup on June 27 prompted extraordinary expressions of gratitude in Mexico. But the euphoria also led to some very unfortunate displays of racism against Koreans.
When a self-righteous majority levels undiluted hatred at a small group of refugees, and thinks itself ordinary, it's downright chilling.