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Rodman says he won’t talk to Kim Jong Un about North Korea's American prisoner. But here's why North Korea might release him anyway.
Some Koreans cry foul over K-Pop’s growing raunchiness. Others revel in it.
The alleged shipment was seized by Turkey, a Japanese newspaper reports.
Not long ago Korea was a heavily censored backwater. Now it’s changing cinema.
While North Korea suffers, the affluent citizens of Pyongyang enjoy microbreweries, coffee shops and even an ‘international’ film festival.
Nationalists in Japan and South Korea dredge up Korea’s heinous Vietnam War past.
Having made the dangerous journey out of North Korea, Son Jong-Hun is about to take an even greater risk: going home.
Koreans aren’t very fond of the deal either.
Legend aside, the boy despot doesn’t do everything himself. Here’s the power pantheon he shares power with.
As margins shrink on tablets and smartphones, Samsung attempts to reinvent itself through disruption — again.
While the rest of the world may see the Korean War as a draw, North Korea fetes it like a win.
Kim Cheol Woong was North Korea’s star pianist before his musical taste landed him in trouble.
A decisive election victory lets Prime Minister Shinzo Abe indulge in nationalism.
Meet South Korea’s spy service, which stands accused of using subterfuge to get a president elected.
Scared of Kim Jong Un? Let it go. The world’s most secretive nation just can’t keep a secret.
Japanese youth only know economic decline. Shinzo Abe’s radical stimulus program seeks to undo their skepticism.
A wax figure of deceased dictator Kim Jong Il is the latest addition to North Korea's vast collection of propaganda art. You won't believe some of the others.
If you’re smart and attractive, you could work as a flight attendant. There aren’t many better options.
South Korean President Park Geun Hye visits China. Here’s why China loves her.
Embarrassed by its bland industrial swill, South Korea raises the bar to, um, North Korean standards.