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.
It's the forgery scandal that has endured for over two decades. Everyone in the Korean art world is somehow connected. But it's just a simple portrait.
"Fat" is one of comedian Kim Min-kyoung's most marketable assets. Can she be more than that, in an industry that often limits her to looks?
Hereditary succession is seen as a huge problem for South Korean churches. But pastors do it anyway, passing their titles down to their sons. Why and how?
Goshitel has become a place of refuge for South Korea's poor. A young photographer lived in an unnamed goshitel for ten months, documenting the lives therein.
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.
From politics to marriage, it seems like Justice Party leader Sim Sang-jung can do it all. But can she win the presidency?