Kim Jong Un Released Pictures of the “Super Powerful” Missiles He Fired as a “Solemn Warning”
South Korea officials believe they were similar to Russia’s Iskander missiles, which fly close to the ground before dropping at a 90-degree angle on their targets to avoid being intercepted.
Inside the Dance School Fighting for a Safe Queer, Feminist Space in Seoul
Luddan is part of a growing movement that’s using art to break apart South Korea’s gender binaries.
We Need To Stop Asking Celebrities To Apologise For Mental Health Issues
Goo Hara apologised for being depressed. Maho Yamaguchi apologised for speaking out against sexual assault. Why are women being asked to do this?
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You Can Now Hike Along the World’s Most Heavily-Armed Border
The demilitarised zone separating North and South Korea has been opened to civilians for the very first time. And it's crawling with rare and endangered wildlife.
Man Acquitted on Charges He Tried to Fatten Himself Up with Fried Chicken to Avoid Army Service
Prosecutors argued that the 22-year-old Korean man intentionally gorged himself on chicken and booze before his physical exam.
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South Korea Trials Lazers on Road Crossings to Distract People From Their Phones
The country has one of the highest rates of pedestrian fatalities in the developed world.
There’s Never Been a Better Time to Visit North Korea
2018 has been a landmark year. So is the 'hermit kingdom' finally opening up?
The World's First Non-Korean K-Pop Group
We met up with the members of EXP Edition to find out why they’re trying to become the genre’s next breakout stars.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Cover David Bowie's "Oh, You Pretty Things"
Recorded for a Sirius XMU session, it stays true to the original, right down to the apocalyptic undertones.
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Hell and Marble: Inside South Korea's Skate Scene
Just 35 miles from the DMZ, skateboarding in Seoul is thriving.
Australian Kim Jong-Un Impersonator Thrown Out of the Olympics by Security
"Unfortunately, they did not have a sense of humour.”
What I've Learned as an Australian Tour Guide in North Korea
Rollerskating, sex jokes, and Leo in "Titanic." This is what young people in DPRK love.