The Essential Korean Fashion Accessory of 2018: A London Review of Books Tote Bag

Colin Marshall notices the latest trend sweeping the streets of Seoul: tote bags from the "London Review of Books."

Burning: an Acclaimed Korean Auteur’s Explosive, Haruki Murakami-Adapting Indictment of Inequality

Colin Marshall on "Burning," Lee Chang-dong's latest film based on a Haruki Murakami short story.

On Not Being Interested in North Korea

Colin Marshall the cultural obsession (or lack thereof) with North Korea.

How the Seoul Government Turned a Bestselling Feminist Novel Into a Controversial PR Campaign

Colin Marshall on last year's best-selling novel "Kim Ji-young Born 1982."

Dropping an America Bomb on Hyundai: Frank Ahrens’s Life-in-Korea Memoir Seoul Man

Colin Marshall discusses Frank Ahrens's memoir "Seoul Man," about his stint as a public relations director at Hyundai Motors between 2010 and 2013.

Travelogue Korea and the Dream of Isolation

Colin Marshall on the television show "Travelogue Korea" and the obsession with "simple" rural life.