Only 78 seconds long, it manages to hit on some of the country's most sensitive issues regarding. gender and race.
Why are Korean executives willing to publicly bow but Americans aren't?
A global survey tracks peoples' willingness to live alongside neighbors of a different race.
In only ten years, public opinion there went from among the world's most skeptical of the U.S. to its most approving.
The imperial-era shrine is infuriating Japan's neighbors, and not without reason.
Take the story with a grain of salt, but the danger is that Seoul might believe it.
"Slashing Koreans," by the far-right band Scramble, urges violence against the elderly survivors of Japanese sex slavery.
The center provides the South with cheap labor and the North with hard currency, but today Pyongyang made good on threats to shut it down.
Seoul has recently considered developing its own nuclear weapons, something that would risk isolating the country.
Who pulled off the attack on Korean banks?