Ilbe emerged as an influential conservative online community throughout the presidential election campaign. A netizen explains its history and identity.
A man from Sejong City, trying to rescue his wife from their burning house, succumbs to the fire.
An online community board is among the many that caters for appearance-conscious teens who seek 'objective face ratings' - seen as a reflection of adult lookism.
Park Geun-hye from the conserative Saenury Party is the president-elect. Netizens have been pouring out divided opinions on the soon-to-be president of Korea.
Translated Korean netizen reactions, internet memes, parodies, and jokes related to the 2012 South Korean presidential election race and its three heated debates.
New scandals about illegal election activities by the Saenuri Party threaten Park Geun-hye's slim lead over Moon Jae-in in the South Korean presidential elections.
North Korea defies the international community and successfully launches a rocket. Netizens try guess the outcome of next week's presidential elections.
A middle-aged man takes advantage of a very drunk girl the Seoul Metro by leaning on her and putting his arm round her, seemingly intending to sexually assault her.
Australian Police have responded to an official complaint about the investigation of a brutal assault on a Korean student, by pledging to reinvestigate the incident
Netizens divided over Psy's recent apology in America for having sung anti-American songs in 2004.
Netizens are outraged as a photo of a rally in support of presidential candidate Park Geun-hye is doctored showing more people than actually showed up.
Park Geun-hye's campaign misinterprets the use of the word 'strongman' on her TIME magazine cover, prompting a change in the headline to the unambiguous 'dictator'
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With the election imminent, welfare continues to be one of the central campaign issues across all parties. But just what is the state of Korea's welfare system?
A photo showing elderly passengers in hiking clothes chatting away in their seats, while a heavily pregnant woman stands before them in the metro sparks criticism.
South Koreans agree with a report by The Economist that found domestic beer to be low quality, some likening it to 'bubbly piss.'
Korean-Americans gets arrested for running prostitution rings in New York. Netizens accuse women who have studied abroad for being promiscuous.