Adoptees are often pitied as victims, or told they are lucky. Korean adoptees living in South Korea challenge assumptions about who they are.
Young people have been leading a lethargic existence removed from politics. But no more. The Park Geun-hye scandal woke us to our potential.
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?
Unprecedentedly, Kim Jong-un apologized to the people of North Korea for his failures. I have a theory: Pyongyang is watching the protests in the South.
K-pop thrives on the Lolita Complex while pretending its stars are sexless. One female idol, Sulli, is claiming sexual agency with astute use of Instagram.
1,000 days after the Sewol ferry sunk, bodies of nine passengers are still missing, and their families continue to wait in anguish at the nearest port.
I get visibly tense when I see my name in South Korean media or a local reporter contacts me. Ethics is in short supply in South Korea’s journalism business. I do not wish to be part of this game.