A video of an Indian student being refused entry at a bar is a reminder that South Korea has a long way to go before making foreigners feel welcome.
S. Korea’s democratization is remembered through a few big names, mostly men. But there are many more who fought without being remembered.
Sex workers are seen as living in South Korea’s shadowy underbelly. On a Facebook group, anonymous sex workers are making their stories heard.
What is it like singing as a lesbian chorus member in South Korea? We talked to a singer on fighting homophobia, just before the Asia Queer Choral Festival.
A new feminist organization in S. Korea says it wants to improve gender equality. Here’s the catch: most of its founding members are men.
After the army denied conducting a witch-hunt against gay soldiers, more evidence emerged to show how investigators went online to compile their blacklist.
In mainstream South Korea, Hong Seok-cheon is often seen as the “only gay in the village.” Justin Lim, who passed away last week, was an unsung inspiration.
The concept of “damunhwa” is being touted as a sign that South Korea is becoming multicultural. One refugee says things could not be further from the truth.