U.S. soldiers praised for saving dozens of lives in South Korea stampede
A South Korean news agency is reporting three American soldiers saved "more than 30 lives" during Saturday's Halloween crush, which left at least 156 dead.
Netflix's 'Single's Inferno'—7 Popular Korean Phrases, Meanings Explained
A real-life K-drama unfolds on the new Netflix series which is the first Korean reality show to join the streamer's global ranking.
TV Anchor Shares Call From Viewer Complaining She Is 'Very Asian'
"I don't think it was appropriate that she said that, and she's being very Asian. I don't know. She can keep her Korean to herself," the caller said.
Internet Backs Teen Who Blamed Grandparents For Not Embracing Her Culture
"This morning my grandparents said how sad they are to see me turn my back on my culture. I exploded at them," the post read.
The Best New Korean Films Coming in 2021 and Beyond
New films from Park Chan-wook, the director "Oldboy," and Yeon Sang-ho, who directed "Train to Busan," are among the exciting new Korean projects in the works.
White Instagram Star Undergoes Eye Surgery as They Identify as Korean
YouTuber and Instagram star Oli London has forked out an estimated $200,000 on cosmetic surgery to resemble BTS star Jimin.
Ex-Trump Official Rejects Chinese Immigrants, Says It's OK as She's Korean
"I don't want them here at all. They steal our intellectual property, they give us coronavirus, they don't hold themselves accountable," Kim said of potential Chinese immigrants.
Search for Missing Cruise Passenger Abandoned in Rough Seas
"Given the conditions it's unlikely she would have survived," said a passenger onboard the vessel.
Nikki Haley Contradicts Donald Trump on North Korea
The president said he believes Kim Jong Un when he says he was not responsible for American Otto Warmbier's death, but Haley blamed the North Korean regime's "cruelty."
Hackers Access Nest Camera, Warn of DPRK Missile Attack
Meanwhile, a family in Texas was threatened with baby kidnapping after their Nest was hacked.
Delta Air Lines Employees File Lawsuit
Four former Delta Air Lines employees have accused the airline of firing them for speaking Korean.
Inter-Korean Summit Menu Leaves Sour Taste in Japan
A spokesperson for the Japanese foreign ministry called the mango mousse featuring a unification flag "regrettable."
U.S. War With Iran, North Korea More Likely With Bolton
Experts say John Bolton's appointment as national security adviser could lead to the next major U.S. war 15 years after he supported the invasion of Iraq.
North Korean Defector Turns Paralympian for South Korea
Choi Kwang Hyouk hopes to be an inspiration to fellow North Koreans struggling to adapt to life in South Korea.
Tearful Goodbye for Unified Korea Ice Hockey Teammates
"I might never be able to meet them again," South Korean ice hockey player Choi Ji-yeon said.
North Korean Hackers' Cyber Skills Are Improving
Much of North Korea's resources are poured into the development of nuclear weapons and cyber espionage.
Russia Says It's Kicking Out North Korean Migrants
Reports suggest that around 90 percent of the money North Koreans earn abroad is sent back to Pyongyang.
Who Is Kim Jong Suk, the North Korean Leader's Grandma?
North Koreans are commemorating 100 years since her birth.
North Korea Defector Asks for South Korean Music
The man, said to be a staff sergeant in his 20s, is now able to breathe on his own.
Eric Trump: My Dad 'Is Not Playing' With U.S. Security
His comments appeared to be a nod to the deployment of three Navy aircraft carrier groups to the Korean Peninsula last month.
Could U.S. Be Wiped Out by North Korean EMP Attack?
An expert warned a Congressional panel of the devastating effects of an EMP attack. But how likely is that scenario?
One in Three Foreigners in Japan Experience Racism
At hate rallies, many have called for Koreans to "get the hell out of Japan" and that foreigners should "all be massacred."
Ousted South Korean President Leaves Blue House
Park Geun-hye, who faces the possibility of jail, says via a spokesperson that she accepts responsibility for the political scandal.
Half Brother of North Korean Leader Killed in Malaysia
Kim Jong Nam, the older half brother of Kim Jong Un, has previously spoken out against his family's dynastic control of the country.
President Duterte Threatens to Kill Korean Gangs
The Philippine police chief suggested South Korean gangs were running human and drug trafficking rings in Cebu.
Protesters Jam Seoul in March Against President Park
The president is down to a 5 percent approval rating after being engulfed in an influence scandal.