Korea Exposé welcomes strong, opinionated and well-argued essays between 800 and 1,600 words about any aspect of contemporary Korea. Whether you are Korean or non-Korean, a specialist or an ordinary citizen, your insight into the region can be valuable for our readers. We are open to any type of prose (or even visual storytelling) as long as your main objective is to talk about the Korean Peninsula in a fresh way.
We also seek story tips for our news brief service, ké radar. If you are in possession of information that you feel should be shared in English, please contact us. We will protect your identity to the extent that you request. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook.
Other inquiries are also welcome.