Air pollution is a serious problem in South Korea. Among the famous culprits is fine dust -- is it valid to say China is to blame for fine dust? Watch our environment editor debunk the China myth.
As South Koreans grow increasingly fed up with the country's fine dust air pollution, campaigners are turning on major banks in a bid to stop them financing new coal-fired power plants.
Amid the ongoing clamor against air pollution, the South Korean government has quietly approved the construction of a new coal-fired power plant in Dangjin.
Two front-runners of the South Korean presidential election, Ahn Cheol-soo and Moon Jae-in, issued manifestos to tackle air pollution. What's in them?