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.
"Léon: The Professional," the film that launched director Luc Besson into an international renown, came out a quarter-century ago this year.
"On my arrival in the United States, it was the religious atmosphere which first struck me," Alexis de Tocqueville writes in "Democracy in America."
"Culture is not necessarily our destiny," wrote the high-profile Korean activist and later president of South Korea Kim Dae-jung in 1994. "Democracy is."