gender
by JEON Hong Gi-hye, LEE Myeong-sun from Pressian  ·  26 MIN READ
An interview with culture critic and sociologist Choi Tae-seop on his recent book, Korean, Men: A Social History of Difficulties, from Gwinam to Gunmusae.
by LEE Bo-ram from Way  ·  19 MIN READ
Daring to go without… The social construct that is the woman’s body, and some real-life stories on letting them all hang out.
by JUNG Cheol-un, LEE So-hyeon from Media Today  ·  7 MIN READ
Another glass ceiling is breaking. Slowly.
by Haena Stella KIM  ·  9 MIN READ
Emily Cho, Baek Seong-mun, Yun Un-seop, Jo Seong-wook.
by WOO Ah-Young from Epi  ·  36 MIN READ
Boys throwing baseballs to explain motion. Girls boiling water to explain thermodynamics. Gender bias? A science journalist weighs in.
5 MIN READ
Back in January, an American professor in Korea published a piece on Medium framing K-pop as “neo-Confucianist pornography”. The article was recently translated into Korean, to considerable pushback. Here’s a summary.
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 KOO Hee Eon  ·  18 MIN READ
Kim Eunsook is one of Korea’s most influential television screenwriters. Her early hits include Secret Garden and Lovers in Paris, which was watched by over half of the nation. And her latest—Descendants of the Sun and Goblin—were popular internationally too. Here, Koo Hee Eon from the Dong-A Ilbo traces the evolution of a key factor: Kim’s female leads.