Is there room for freedom of conscience in the South Korean military? Is there room to discuss peace in a country technically at war? Reporter Jieun Choi provides an overview of the plight of conscientious objectors.
Anti-spycam protesters have made history in South Korea: Their rallies, including the fourth one today, were some of the largest women's rallies ever. Yet the organizers still remain largely in the shadows, nameless and faceless. We spoke to some of them in early July.
Despite the 33-degree celsius weather, boisterous counter-protests by Evangelical Christians and a petition to the government with nearly 220,000 signatures against the event, South Korea's persecuted LGBT community came together today in downtown Seoul to celebrate diversity.