The Asia Society Korea Center met up with Mr. Revere to discuss the success of the magazine as part of the Center's “Innovation Series.”
An important and celebrated day in the life of a Korean infant is “Baek-il”, and is held on the 100th day after the child’s birth.
US Ambassador Lippert and the Korean people vow to strengthen relations in response to knife atttack.
From the perspective of a foreigner living in Korea, the movie was eye-opening to see how much the country has adapted and developed over a relatively short span of time.
It may be time to consider a long term solution to increase the happiness and satisfaction of youths in Korea.
The book focuses on what life is actually like in modern North Korea today for the ordinary "man and woman on the street."
Long before K-pop singing competition in Korea, there was Nationwide Singing Competition, which began in 1980. American Greg Priester shares his experience as one of the few non-Korean participants to take part.
Nani Park’s book, Hanok: The Korean House, gives us an insight into twelve very special Hanok that reflect today's Korea—a country that's putting a modern twist on traditional values.
In this new book debut, Mark Russell puts a Korean spin on an evergreen fantasy trope, interweaving Korean folktales with the story of a young girl who, without realizing it, is in search of herself.
Daisy Lee Yang discusses her first novel, which is based around a superhero whom young people can look up to.