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As South Korea climbs the economic ladder, the presence of foreigners is growing — and so are complicated reactions to them.
The most wired country in the world has always been on the forefront of internet trends. Now, they're on the cusp of cyber-violence.
Concerned citizens want the notorious leader of North Korea tried at the ICC. Are they on the right track? Or, are they only dreaming?
Analysts feel that the Nov. 10 naval clash between the Koreas is a signal from Pyongyang that it's ready to talk.
In an effort to preserve their language, the Cia-Cia people of Indonesia try adopting the Korean alphabet.
A Korean restaurateur is only on the market for serious customers.
Release of US journalists fuels anger over South Koreans still held captive.
Is your time valuable? In South Korea you can hire an "instead man" to buy makeup or go to school for you.
South Korea ignored warnings about the dangers of asbestos. Now it has a major health problem. Are other Asian countries next?
South Koreans are starting to embrace tattoos — but they have to go to underground parlors to get them.
The so-called 7.7 Cyber Terror was a chilling reminder of the vulnerability of the world's "most-wired" country.
South Korean protester loves setting things on fire. He also loves getting people to notice.
Case showcases changing attitudes toward death in a traditionally religious and conservative society.
Detention of South Korean factory worker likely to drag on as North holds on to a potential bargaining chip.
Can pink parking spots, high heel-suitable sidewalks and 28,000 new jobs reduce gender inequality?
Hundreds of thousands turn out for the funeral of Roh Moo-hyun, as tensions escalate.
He promised a “clean” administration, but the career of South Korea's ex-president has ended in scandal.
One South Korean mixes art with politics.
In a faltering economy, South Koreans try a new strategy.
A ban on books deemed inappropriate for South Korean soldiers causes concern, and much head-scratching.