This village in Korea's DMZ might be the world’s most idyllic
Or is it?
Seoul's eccentric mayor is building hotels for insects. Yes, bugs
It's part of his plan to improve life in the Korean capital.
Although they live freely in Japan, these Koreans still support Kim Jong Un
Why do they swear allegiance to an abusive regime?
In Cambodia, toxic air threatens timeless ruins
It’s Angkor Wat versus ancient tour buses.
North Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles
The missile launch comes ahead of a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Seoul on Thursday.
Asia embraces blackface-style ads. Get ready to cringe
Asian TV is enduring a disconcerting fad — for a laugh or to sell soap.
South Korea captures soldier who killed 5 comrades
The military has been criticized before for failure to prevent previous cases where soldiers, suffering personal problems, have shot fellow soldiers.
Why the Japanese live so long
Despite soaring stress levels, Japan boasts the highest life expectancy of any major country. Here's why.
South Korean 'kidults' aren't shy about ordering the Happy Meal
If you're a grown man in Seoul, there's more going on than drinking soju.
Those adorable teacup pups, loved by celebrities, often begin life in abusive breeding mills
GlobalPost investigation: For celebrities, a canine in the handbag is a delightful fashion accessory. But animal lovers condemn the dogs’ squalid, sweatshop-like roots.
Psy and Snoop Dogg’s hangover: 3 inebriated insights from Seoul
The skinny behind the Korean sensation’s latest video.
South Korea debuts new parking spaces that are wide, pink, and really sexist
You know, because women are bad drivers and stuff.
South Korean President Park names an ex-top judge as the country's new prime minister
South Korean President Park Geun-hye also accepted the resignation of the director of the National Intelligence Service.
South Korea's president apologizes for ferry disaster and breaks up the coast guard
President Park Geun-hye's administration has faced continued criticism for its handling of last month's ferry disaster.
South Koreans mistake part of a port-o-potty door for a North Korean drone
It's the kind of thing that's likely only to happen once.
No, Beijing’s South China Sea offensive isn't about oil and fish …
… contrary to widespread reports. And that’s why the conflict matters to Americans.
Meet Kim Jong Il’s personal poet laureate
Over whiskey and Thai food, he tells GlobalPost how to solve North Korea.
Fox News used footage of random sad Asians instead of actual Koreans mourning the ferry
Nope, not The Onion.
Subway train collision in South Korea injures almost 200 passengers
According to Seoul Metro, it was the first time that subway trains had collided in South Korea.
Curious about the biggest trade deal in history? Sorry, it’s classified
Governments and big corporations can read the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not you. Here are 6 ways it could change the world.
All crew members of the sunken South Korean ferry are in custody
The ship's captain has been sharply criticized for delaying the evacuation order until the ferry was listing so badly that escape was almost impossible.
9 cities where you can visit a cat cafe
You can work kitty cuddles into your travel plans even if you're not going anywhere near Tokyo.
Obama’s Asia trip will be overshadowed by China’s 'blue national soil'
Beijing calls it Sansha. Others call it expansionism that makes Putin’s Crimea grab look like child’s play.
Obama lands in Tokyo for the first US state visit in 18 years
Here are four key changes driving the president's agenda.
There's a lot of tension in the Asia-Pacific right now
It’s no secret why Obama is visiting Japan, South Korea, the Philippines and Malaysia — and it has little to do with any of those countries.
Did Japanese lawmakers intend to provoke Obama by honoring war criminals?
'In Japan, very few educated Japanese really have detailed knowledge of Imperial Japan’s cruelties, atrocities like massacring civilians and operating a military brothel.'
The death toll of the sunken South Korean ferry climbs to 121
The operations have transitioned from rescue to recovery and identification as hopes have all but vanished that any passengers will be found alive.
South Korea ferry disaster: How everything that could go wrong did go wrong
Four ways incompetence, bad luck, and bureaucratic bungling created a mess.
Is North Korea readying nuclear test No. 4?
Kim Jong Un could give President Obama a feisty welcome to Asia this week.
South Korea's president says actions of the capsized ferry's crew were 'like an act of murder'
Eighty-seven people are known to have died and 215 are missing.
Most missing passengers are thought to be trapped inside the sunken ferry
58 have been confirmed dead since the ferry sank off the coast of South Korea. Huundreds remain missing.