Kelly Kasulis Cho


Breaking News Reporter/Editor

Education: Northeastern University, BA in Journalism

Kelly Kasulis Cho is a breaking news reporter and editor at The Washington Post, based in Seoul. Previously, she spent four years covering North and South Korea as a freelance foreign correspondent, and she has also worked at the New York Times and Bloomberg BNA. Follow her on Twitter: @KasulisK.
Latest from Kelly Kasulis Cho

Tornado in South Florida flips cars, causes widespread damage

Branches flew, and trees collapsed on vehicles near Palm Beach Gardens, and tornado watches continued into Sunday.

April 30, 2023

The internet rediscovered Blockbuster’s website. Press play on nostalgia.

Many people online were excited to learn the video-rental franchise’s website is live, remembering the weekend-night "institution."

March 23, 2023

DeSantis sharpens criticism of Trump, attacks former president’s character

Ron DeSantis portrayed himself as a more disciplined executive than Trump in a Piers Morgan interview, again distancing himself from his potential 2024 rival.

March 22, 2023

Xi and Putin end initial meeting in Moscow, affirm ties amid Ukraine war

Chinese leader Xi Jinping's visit, billed by Beijing as a peace mission, is playing out as a show of solidarity with an increasingly isolated Vladimir Putin.

March 21, 2023

At least 14 killed as 6.8-magnitude earthquake hits Ecuador and Peru

Another 381 people were injured in Ecuador as an earthquake shattered buildings and crushed a car. Tremors were felt as far as northern Peru.

March 20, 2023

Live updates: Wall Street watches First Republic Bank

Credit Suisse shares initially jumped more than 30 percent early Thursday, as investors appeared reassured by the offer of a liquidity lifeline from Switzerland’s central bank.

March 16, 2023

These companies were affected by the Silicon Valley Bank crash

The bank’s collapse raised concerns about whether companies would be able to get their money back and pay their employees.

March 13, 2023

The Oscars were a milestone for Asian artists: ‘This is a beacon of hope’

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” swept the Academy Awards. Its star Michelle Yeoh was the first Asian to win for best actress.

March 13, 2023

Who is Estonia’s Kaja Kallas, and why is her election win key for Ukraine?

Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, one of the fiercest critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin, won a big election victory despite recession and high inflation.

March 7, 2023

Train collision in Greece kills at least 43; station master arrested

The passenger train was traveling between Athens and Thessaloniki when it collided with a freight train.

March 1, 2023