A South Korean man has been sentenced to life for murdering his girlfriend for life insurance money, then disguising the murder as octopus-induced suffocation.
Outside the glitter of K-pop, South Korean indie suffers as its under-paid counterpart as many indie bands who have achieved success cannot always make ends meet.
As the university entrance exams for South Korean universities draw closer, Korean netizens share education-related jokes and images from the Korean internet
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In celebration of Hangeul Day, the cute handwriting in a letter from an ancient Korean prince at the age of 7 to his aunt has gained attention from netizens
A TV special aired over a national holiday in South Korea that followed the life of a pretty Uzbek girl married to a Korean man proves to be a hit among Koreans
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A report by South Korea's National Assembly found that food for soldiers is of low quality and worth much less than school lunches or American military meals.
koreaBANG shares part two of a series of candid and lively photographs from Polish-Canadian photographer Mariusz Sikorski's most recent visit to South Korea.
Reforms instituted after the 1997 crisis have taken toll on Korean society after its spectacular recovery in the 2000s, marred by growing temporary employment.
South Korean conglomarte Samsung enters the ranks of the 'top ten global businesses' league tables, far out-trumping its domestic competitors, LG and Hyundai.
Koreans on Twitter are stunned at the popularity of Psy's 'Gangnam Style' overseas as the annoyingly catchy song tops UK, Billboard, and iTunes charts worldwide.
The Japanese government makes its first official statement claiming sovereignty over the Dokdo/Takeshima Islets by publishing ads in local and national papers.
koreaBANG shares a series of vivid, candid and lively photographs from Polish-Canadian photographer Mariusz Sikorski's most recent visit to South Korea.
Korean animal rights group CARE suggests that 'Anipang', a Tetris-like puzzle game for mobile phones, simulates animal abuse.
Korean netizen reactions to an anti-Korea protest march in Tokyo, Japan organized by Japanese right-wing conservatives.
Presidential hopeful Park Geun-hye apologises to the victims of her father's military dictatorship at press conference, much to the suspicion of Korean netizens.