Korea's version of Ted Talks is called "Sebashi," and its most popular talks are all about helping Koreans find a better way to live.
Colin Marshall reflects on how Korea's "June Struggle" is depicted in Korean Cinema.
Colin Marshall wonders why Gordon Ramsay has become the spokesperson for Korea's most boring beer.
Colin Marshall considers why Starbucks employees in Korea — and many other people — adopt "English names" in place of their given ones.
The LARB Korea Blog's second year has proven eventful not just within Korea but in the relationship between Korea and the rest of the world.
Colin Marshall reflects on the K-Pop song "Because I Love You" by Yoo Jae-ha, who died 30 years ago at the age of 25.
Charles Montgomery discusses Jeon Sungtae’s "Wolves," which collects 10 short stories focused on Mongolia and the Korean experience there.