South Korea's Never-Ending Nuclear Weapons Debate
What the Korean Peninsula needs above all else is more dialogue, not more weapons.
Mysterious ghost lights seen floating across the night sky
The "optical atmospheric phenomena" above Jeju City, South Korea, were formed by "plate-shaped ice crystals" that beam light to Earth, an expert told Newsweek.
Last captive Indo-Pacific dolphin in Korea finally freed after 17 years
The dolphin, known as Beebong, was the last of his kind left in South Korea, and he was released in waters off of Jeju Island.
Meghan says she went to naked Korean spa as kid: 'Adolescent embarrassment'
Meghan Markle said her mom took her to a Korean spa "with women from ages 9 to maybe 90 all walking around naked" and added: "All I wanted was a bathing suit."
How U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Impact North Korea
U.S. presidents come and go. But the perennial issue that is the North Korean nuclear weapons program stays very much the same.
Lee Jung-jae Talks Directing 'Hunt' and How 'Squid Game' Changed His Career
Lee Jung-jae, star of the smash K-drama hit "Squid Game," talks about season two, the responsibility that comes with success and his debut as a director with "Hunt."
Kim Basinger Calls for Dog Meat Ban in South Korea: 'The World is Watching'
"Korea has a unique chance to make a statement to the world," Basinger wrote in an op-ed published by "The Korea Daily."
Germany Wins 'RoboCup,' the Robot Soccer World Cup
The University Institute of Science's Team NimbRo had been fitted with new high-tech vision systems to help them spot the ball more accurately.
How to Be Cast in Netflix's Real Life 'Squid Game' Challenge
Squid Game: The Challenge will consist of 456 players competing in a series of games for the chance to win $4.56 million – but it won't end in life or death.
Veteran Reunites With Japanese Love 70 Years After He Lost Her
Duane Mann, 91, finally finds Peggy Yamaguchi: "I'm here to tell you that I didn't abandon you at all. I just couldn't find you."
South Korea's New President Steps Into a Geopolitical Minefield
If Yoon Suk-yeol successfully navigates the turbulent waters of geopolitics in Asia, then he could be remembered as one of South Korea's most transformative presidents.
BTS Army Rages at Joe Budden for Slamming K-Poppers, Saying They're Chinese
"I don't want to see them dance moves. I don't want to see you come down in the sky in a little umbrella," Budden said.
The Election of a Conservative South Korean President is Good News
Most Americans would agree that the real "threat to peace" is not President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol, South Korea or the U.S., but rather the fundamentally criminal nature of the North Korean regime.
South Korea's New Conservative President Will Likely Setback Peace
To counter the threats to peace and gender equality under a Yoon Suk-yeol presidency, South Korea will need the active participation of women.
'Transracial' Influencer Oli London Says Trolls Turned Him Into a Recluse
Oli London, who was born British and white, has revealed to Newsweek that he has faced relentless trolling for undergoing around 20 cosmetic surgeries in a quest to look Korean.
'Transracial' Influencer Oli London Planning Penis Reduction Surgery
Oli London—who was born British and white, but now identifies as Korean—has told Newsweek that he's on a quest to become "100 percent Korean."
China Accused of 'Harassment' in South China Sea After Vowing to Back Down
Chinese government vessels continued to follow and photograph Philippine boats resupplying troops on a disputed South China Sea atoll on Tuesday, Manila said.
Genesis Unveils All-Electric Version of the GV70 SUV
At Auto Guangzhou 2021, Genesis announced an all-electric version of the GV70 premium crossover SUV.
'Hellbound': Netflix Trailer, Release Date, Cast and Plot Details Revealed
The new K-drama series from "Train to Busan" director Yeon Sang-ho features frightful supernatural beings who condemn people to hell.
N. Korean Officials Promise to 'Solve Everything Our Own Way' During Parade
North Korean officials promised to "firmly defend the dignity and fundamental interests of our people" as the country celebrated its 73rd anniversary.
Oli London Insists They're 'Transracial' After Surgery to Get 'Korean Eyes'
"Trans Koreans are Koreans," said conservative Ben Shapiro, as he commented on a video in which London revealed their new identity to their followers.
'Minari': Everything We Learned About Steven Yeun's New Movie
Yeun stars as the father in a family of immigrants in the trailer for the upcoming A24 movie "Minari."
North Korea Indicates It Won't Resume Nuclear Talks With Trump Admin
Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said on Saturday North Korea's policy wouldn't change and U.S. negotiations will not continue.
The Strategic Vacuum Trump Created in Syria Will Grow To Haunt America
Trump is dismantling a U.S.-led global architecture built by four generations, paid for by thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars of investment.
KCON NY 2019 Lineup and How to Watch Performances
New York's annual homage to all things K-Pop draws thousands of fans each year and has a number of high-profile performances scheduled.
Baskin-Robbins Accused of Sexualizing Child Model
Advert promoting "Pink Star" ice cream has been met with backlash online
World War III: Next U.S. Fight May Be in One of These Five Countries
President Donald Trump frequently reminds us that "all options are on the table" in enforcing U.S. policy, could that lead to war in Iran, North Korea, Syria, Ukraine or Venezuela?
Donald Trump's North Korea Strategy Is Not Working With Iran
Trump won't get far unless he "moves away from maximalist demands and demonstrates that he can be a credible partner in diplomacy," said Arms Control Association's Kelsey Davenport.
North Korea Echoes Donald Trump on Joe Biden: 'An Idiot With a Low IQ'
The official Korean Central News Agency published a commentary Tuesday castigating Biden, who "dared to blaspheme our dignity in the election campaigns."
Kim Jong Un Orders 'Full Combat Posture' After N.K. and U.S. Fire Missiles
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un said, "Genuine peace and security of the country are guaranteed only by the strong physical force capable of defending its sovereignty."