Our publisher Se-Woong Koo appeared in an episode of the Brazilian TV channel GNT's travel show "Pedro Pelo Mundo."
As president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye wasn't just corrupt and incompetent. She actively undermined democracy. Se-Woong Koo writes in the NYT.
South Koreans are used to hearing sentences that end in hadeora, a verb meaning “it is said that….” This particular…
Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is no longer trying to be the next South Korean president. He has only himself to blame.
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.
The Choi Soon-sil scandal has been more riveting than most TV dramas. And dramas will be my source of enlightenment during this trying time.
It is essential to expose the strategy against women’s rights for what it is: Claiming victimhood, angry men seek to assume a position of moral superiority.
Laws can help, but child abuse will not abate without first questioning the conventional psychology of South Korean parenthood.