The word “watch” is a double, perhaps triple, entendre when it comes to South Korea’s prime minister and acting president…
A growing number of conservatives are competing against the anti-Park Geun-hye protests by holding their own "Taegeukgi Rally" to "defend democracy."
President Park Geun-hye's scandal is often seen as a triumph of journalism. Behind the scene, political appointees run public broadcasting and dictate news.
It looks like President Park Geun-hye has no friends left. But a group of die-hard fans, known as the I Love Park Geun-hye Club or "Parksamo," still continue to cheer her as her father's one true heir.
Nearly two decades have passed since the first challenges to South Korea’s predominantly state-driven education sprang up. Can alternative schools change the country’s oppressive education climate?
There’s a nondescript stairway on the outskirts of ‘the hip Haebangchon.’ The steps once led to a Shinto shrine for 7,000 spirits of Japan’s war dead.
The Choi Soon-sil gate has shocked many South Koreans. But people are having some fun with inventive parodies mocking Park Geun-hye and her pal.