Vice Guide to Right Now
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.
The Girl Squads That Changed History
Writer Sam Maggs breaks down some of history's great female teams.
Korean Sportscaster Doesn't Seem to Mind the Blood Flowing Out of His Nose
SpoTV sportscaster Jo Hyun-il's barely flinched when his nosebleed reached well past his mouth, but his cohost definitely noticed.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Mexican Soccer Fans Carry Korean Fans on Their Shoulders for World Cup Assist
Korea knocked out Germany and sent Mexico through to the round of 16.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Faithfully 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.
Alex Robert Ross
Hell and Marble: Inside South Korea's Skate Scene
Just 35 miles from the DMZ, skateboarding in Seoul is thriving.
We Asked an Expert Why America's Naval Vessels Keep Crashing
A veteran guided-missile destroyer commander weighs in on the latest US navy accident—and what it means for the North Korea situation.
VICE Morning Bulletin
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Trump "locked and loaded" for North Korea, poll finds majority of Americans feeling Obamacare, US to declare state of emergency over opioids, and more.
Seo Taiji & Boys Pioneered Socially Conscious K-Pop for Groups Like BTS
BTS’s trajectory leads fans to seek deeper meaning in their music, just as Seo Taiji did 25 years ago.
Justin Trash Gets Comfortably Buck in The “NORAEBANG”
“My mans look like Goku."
Americans Living in South Korea Are Getting Nervous About War
Expats like me are increasingly worried about tensions between Donald Trump and the North.
Spencer R. Morrison
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Joel Eel Loses Himself to Dance in the "아주 좋은 사람 (Very Good Person)" Video
Watch the Korean-Canadian producer shimmy through a Mexico City apartment building.