In June, an Indian student was turned away from a bar in Seoul because of his nationality. Recently, he finally received an apology.
Residents at Gangseo district, Seoul, are trying to stop the construction of a school for the disabled. "Keep them out," they say.
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.
Amnesty International Korea pushed the five leading presidential candidates for details of their human rights policies. Here's what it found.
The confessions of a fictional young mother spark a battle for legitimate victim status among South Korea's ever-scathing netizens.
When one worker beats another worker at a factory, it shows that not all workers are equal in South Korea's labor hierarchy.
Discrimination is rampant in the job search process for many applicants. A law levying fines on companies for asking certain questions is not a solution.
NHRCK against HIV testing; mistreatment of foreign professionals; Sewol commission continues; and Baek Nam-gi's family fights autopsy warrant.