• In Korea, All You Need Is Love (Or a Love Motel, at Least)

    Stefano Young stays in a Korean "love motel."

    Where Modern Korean Drama Began: the Heroism, Villainy, and Idealism of Yi Kwang Su’s The Soil

    Charles Montgomery on where modern Korean drama began: the heroism, villainy, and idealism of Yi Kwang Su's "The Soil."

    From Language Lessons to Sex Slavery: Korea’s New Comfort-Woman Comedy I Can Speak

    Colin Marshall for the BLARB Korea Blog on Korea's new comfort-woman comedy "I Can Speak."

    Three Recent Books, Including a Funny and Inventive Graphic Novel, On What It Means to Be a Korean

    Charles Montgomery provides three recent books, including a funny and inventive graphic novel, on what it means to be a Korean.

    Consumerism Is Culture: a Visit to Korea’s Lotte Department Store

    Stefano Young visits Korea's Lotte department store on a trip to Korea to see his girlfriend's family.

    Why K-Pop is the Same as Classic Rock

    The Korea Blog's Colin Marshall argues that K-Pop is the Same as Classic Rock.

    The Explorer’s Guide to Korean Fiction in Translation: The Fractured Postmodern Adventures of Jung Young Moon, Park Min-Gyu, and Other Contemporary Writers

    Charles Montgomery discusses the fractured postmodern adventures of Jung Young Moon, Park Min-Gyu, and others.