"'Parasite' visualizes more explicitly the idea that the richer Koreans become, they more they turn into grotesque parodies of Westerners."
Colin Marshall looks at the aesthetics, both perceived and real, of Seoul and Los Angeles.
Colin Marshall reviews the career of Kim Swoo-geun, the architect who located a distinctly Korean building style.
Colin Marshall reviews “Birthday,” the first major tearjerker about the 2014 Korean ferry tragedy.
Colin Marshall explores the art of the public apology in Korea.
Colin Marshall on "city pop" and its proliferation on YouTube.
Colin Marshall on the central role of fried chicken in Korean culture and media.