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The coronavirus pandemic led to an exponential increase in plastic and other waste production worldwide. However, Korea's government, corporate, and individual initiatives bring hope that a plastic-free society remains within reach.
Presidential candidates use various means to attract voters, but in South Korea politicians truly go all out. Leslie Hickman explores Korea's intense and exciting canvassing season in this latest article from Asia Society Korea.
Netflix subscriptions in Korea continue to grow rapidly, as does the worldwide popularity of Korean movies, series, and dramas. Contributing writer Freja Boe Moeller gives her take on why Korean content is now the talk of the town.
Asia Society Korea introduces Jeongwol Daeboreum, The Great Full Moon Festival! Each year a festival is held to celebrate the first full moon after Seollal. Read on to learn about the traditional foods in this article.
The urea crisis has revealed the risks of Korea's dependence on China and threatens to disrupt Korea's supply chain. Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell explores what this means for the economy and the environment.
With Squid Game officially becoming Netflix's most popular show ever, Asia Society Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell examines a range of Korean childhood games that will bring on the nostalgia — and those we might see in season 2.
Talent shows and auditions have long been a TV staple, only to become marred in controversy in recent years. But the genre may be winning back favor with its Korean audience by its injection of all things Korean, writes Nemo Kim.
So much of life is conducted via smartphones in Korea and digital technology has helped Koreans cope with the pandemic. Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell sheds light on those who may be left behind.
Asia Society Korea interviewed Sean Sea-Yeon Kim, Asia 21 Korea Chapter Vice Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer of Chorokbaem Media, to discuss South Korea's entertainment industry from music to drama.
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