by KOO Hee Eon  ·  13 MIN READ
Time travel is fast becoming a staple element of Korean historical dramas. But sci-fi this is not. Our writer, from the Dong-A Ilbo, examines a case in point: Saimdang: Light’s Diary.
by HBC Squirtle  ·  3 MIN READ
One day I got a free gift from “Substitute Housewife”, a housekeeping service . The gift was a cleaning towel with this blunt message: “A substitute housewife is much cheaper than divorce”.
by YANG Heesong  ·  6 MIN READ
The latest census findings were published in December. Protestantism has, for the first time, become the biggest religion, with Buddhism and Catholicism in (seemingly) rapid decline. The director of a Christian think tank looks at the numbers, and the design of questions.
by R.H. Lee  ·  16 MIN READ
In his sixth book, Oh YoungWook uses his love of travel and illustration to take a fresh look at life. He talks with us about his motivations and creative process, and shares some excerpts.
by Hyowon KIM, Eric YOUNGSTROM  ·  8 MIN READ
A Korean psychiatrist and an American psychologist chat about the challenges of family communication.
by R.H. Lee  ·  6 MIN READ
Since October 2016, an estimated 16 million participants have marched for the president’s impeachment. Here’s a reflection from one of our contributors.