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From BTS to Squid Game to high-end beauty standards, South Korea reigns as a global exporter of pop culture and entertainment. How does a country go from a war-decimated state just 70 years ago, to a…
The growing popularity of hyper-realistic "virtual" influencers is sparking debate over the future of advertising -- and South Korea's demanding beauty standards.
«"Lucy is not limited to time or space," he added. "She can appear anywhere. And there are no moral issues."»
Korean Beef Bulgogi - A super easy recipe for Korean BBQ beef with the most flavorful marinade! The thin slices of meat cook quickly, and it's so tender!!!
A compulsory recycling scheme in South Korea has dramatically cut the amount of food the country throws away. Here's how it works.
Practice is at the heart of Korean philosophy. In order to lead a good life, hone your daily rituals of self-cultivation
«As social beings, we penetrate the consciousness of others, and so humans are linked externally through conduct but also internally through thought.»
From music to film, technology to food, the world has fallen in love with everything South Korean. Tim Adams visits Seoul in search of the origins of hallyu – the Korean wave
Korean culture is characterised by an untranslatably profound sorrow and regret. Or is that just another stereotype?
The regime in Pyongyang has sent hundreds of programmers to other countries. Their mission: Make money by any means necessary.
Seven weeks ago, South Korea and the U.S. had the same number of COVID-19 deaths. Today, South Korea has fewer than 300, and the U.S. has more than 70,000.
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