Tinder has revolutionized dating worldwide, making "right-swipe" a widely understood concept in many countries. But why hasn't it caught on in South Korea, despite the country's high demand for matchmaking?
Managing editor Haeryun Kang contributed an article about the status of dog meat culture in South Korea. Read her Al Jazeera story, "Olympics Brings Focus on South Korea's Dog-Meat Culture."
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?
Typically known for fried chicken and BBQ joints, South Korea may not seem like the friendliest place for vegans and vegetarians. Here's our guide to the best Buddhist places, a safe meat-free option for residents and travelers.
An acclaimed film director was accused of sexual harrassment, by a colleague who used the hashtag #MeToo. The accused apologized and came out publicly as a lesbian, raising eyebrows at the Kevin Spacey-esque move.
Hyundai builds "the world's blackest building" at the Pyeongchang Olympics. But the message wants you to take home is clear: hydrogen is the future.
It's been almost one year since Tesla made its pivot to South Korea. Can the country's terrible air quality and South Koreans' flare for luxury cars help boost up Tesla's minimal presence in the country?
The placard bearers in Pyeongchang Olympics opening ceremony have been dubbed the "snowflake fairies" by a local media outlet. There may be a reason why all 30 bearers were beautiful women. Check out the recruitment ad.