• Yoo Jae-ha’s K-Pop Masterpiece Because I Love You, 30 Years After His Untimely Death

    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.

    At the Intersection of Korea and Mongolia: the Uncompromising Stories of Jeon Sungtae’s Wolves

    Charles Montgomery discusses Jeon Sungtae’s "Wolves," which collects 10 short stories focused on Mongolia and the Korean experience there.

    Looking Back at LA Arirang, the 1990s Korean Sitcom about Life in Los Angeles

    Colin Marshall revisits the hit 1990s Korean sitcom, "LA Arirang."

    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.