Morning show TV hosts are criticized for wearing too short skirts, detracting and distracting viewers from the show's content.
A conservative netizen by the name of 'Gan-gyul' apologises to fans after loosing an online debate to a prominent progressive pundit, Professor Chin Jung-kwon
The first openly gay Korean celebrity Hong Seok-cheon tweets half-naked Halloween photos of himself and friends. Netizens argue over whether to celebrate Halloween.
Story of schoolgirl who collects scrap pieces of cardboard to make money and help support her family and ill grandmother strikes a soft chord with netizens.
A Korean-American is caught vandalizing the memorial hall of former dictator Park Chung-hee - on the 33rd anniversary of his assassination.
Earlier this year, koreaBANG helped VICE magazine look behind the scenes of Seoul Fashion Week and South Korean culture. We speak to Charlet Duboc, the show's host
Netizens from the infamously conservative site Ilbe respond to their online reputation on the Korean internet as losers by uploading images of their credentials.
South Korean netizens debate the morals of taking advantage of drunk or intoxicated girls, including who is at fault when rape or sexual assault is committed.
At long last, chinaSMACK launches japanCRUSH, a sister site dedicated to reporting and translating trending Japanese internet content and netizen discussions.
A photo article showing bacon being cooked with the heat of a discharged machine gun has become popular. Militarised netizens doubt its source and validity.
A South Korean appeals court decides to change the sentence for a convicted murderer in favor of life imprisonment, causing strong protest both on and offline.
Kim Jong Un's nephew, Kim Han Sol is interviewed for a Finnish TV programme, in which he dubs his uncle as a dictator. South Korean netizens grow fond of him.
As the online misogyny trend continues to spread on the Korean Internet, a feminist shares her impressions, much to the criticism of male netizens.
A South Korean professor uses Twitter to vent frustration at the online misogyny trend on the Korean internet and discusses its roots, pleasing many female netizens
Rumours spread in North Korea that Kim Jong Un's wife, Ri Sol Ju, is pregnant, after completely disappearing from state media broadcasts for over forty days,
koreaBANG interviews Daniel Tudor, author of 'Korea: The Impossible Country'. For your chance to win a copy, write a limerick about something impossible in Korea!
Articles about Hangul, the Korean script, winning an 'Alphabet Olympics' organised by highly evangelical South Korean Christians, trend in both Korea and Japan.