Korea becomes an "Anger Society", and rage is on full display. That emotion, rather than propelling social change, is being expressed as violence.
Consoling soldiers through letters is a tradition that goes back decades. It's also split Korea this week along gender lines.
Rather than living up to lofty expectations for accuracy, Korean dramas portraying history would rather say they aren't historical.
The Korean language has a new word for the alleged evil nature of women. But it points to more than just the country's strained gender relations.
Housing price. Soul-collection. Open-run. Popular phrases say much about how a society functions, and here is a list of some striking Korean ones from 2021.
If you have a craving for, well, just about anything edible, Baemin, Yogiyo or their numerous competitors are at your disposal.
Another K-drama lands in hot water over perceived historical inaccuracies. It's bound to be not the last.
The South Korean population will decrease by 14 million over the next 50 years. One often cited reason is the financial burden of parenthood.
Few realize that someone who isn't legally blind cannot provide a massage for payment in Korea.
The importance of home isn't lost on all of us during this pandemic, but many Koreans are perhaps taking the game to another level.
This year saw more reports of unspeakable child abuse than ever in recent memory, and efforts are underway to address this issue. But will they work?