On May 9, South Korea will hold a presidential election. This is how South Korean netizens approach the top contenders - with humor.
From politics to marriage, it seems like Justice Party leader Sim Sang-jung can do it all. But can she win the presidency?
A growing number of conservatives are competing against the anti-Park Geun-hye protests by holding their own "Taegeukgi Rally" to "defend democracy."
Park Geun-hye resists calls for her to step down. But South Korea is ready for the presidential election. Who are the candidates? What are the main issues?
Former UN chief Ban Ki-moon is in Korea, dutifully performing certain political rituals in a sign that presidency is still very much a feudal institution.