Featured in K-pop videos and K-dramas, Nodeul Island is an idyllic lifestyle space in the middle of Seoul’s Han River.
At this museum in Gujarat, artefacts are replaced by apologies, confessions, readings of the Constitution, and uncomfortable conversations.
Filipino artist Pam Quinto’s “Parcel Exhibitions” guides viewers to find their light during this dark time.
While differences over COVID has imploded the closeness between some people, others have rekindled old relationships with childhood and high school friends.
Japanese mask shop Kamenya Omote is paying people close to $400 to use their face to 3D-print lifelike masks.
El Profesor’s heist is going international.
The series was banned in the country for its bold content, particularly the portrayal of women.
Just some more K-dramas and movies to binge while home for the holidays.
Four creatives across music, art, theatre and film reveal the impact of the pandemic on their industry.
The guy who planned it all reached out to over five cinemas before one agreed to the unconventional request.
K-pop albums could go for $10 to over $50 and some fans buy multiple copies to collect photo cards typically found in the elaborate packages.
Fans and music critics say it’s long overdue, while members of BTS couldn’t hold in their excitement in a now-viral reaction video.