Through representatives, the late Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon's secretary speaks out: "I hoped to forgive him... and receive a humane apology."
The name-and-shame website's support base was born out of frustration at a pattern of strict standards applied to victims and lenient sentences for offenders.
Police were quick to note that it was still uncertain whether Mayor Park's death, currently suspected to be a suicide, was related to the complaint.
Channel Gimcheolsoo provides a platform for people in conservative communities to be themselves.
After weeks of ratcheting up tensions—including blowing up a liaison office—the hermit kingdom said its scrapping plans for military action, and removed anti-South content from state media outlets.
The latest provocation represents an escalation of a diplomatic feud between the two nations over anti-North propaganda scattered across the border by South Korean activists.
South Korea Threatens Stiff Action Against Cross-Border Propagandists After Outcry From North Over Leaflets
The president's office warned that the time-honored practice of scattering anti-North Korea messages across the border would no longer be tolerated.
In South Korea – where how much you drink can determine if you get a job, or people get kicked out of a bar for not drinking – staying sober is an even bigger challenge.
Reports on South Korea’s Second Wave of Coronavirus Cases Are Further Stigmatising the LGBTQ Community
South Korean media are singling out gay clubs after the government found that a man linked to several coronavirus cases had visited those establishments.
If you finally want to dip into the K-drama pool, here are some of the best ones to binge at home.
Koreans lined up a metre away from each other in face masks and plastic gloves to cast their vote during a crucial time in the country's political landscape.