"In the Korean entertainment industry, quite unlike the American one, appearing in commercials is the surest sign of having made it."
Colin Marshall writes on how Korean media has changed to meet the world's gaze.
Colin Marshall finds Kim Soom's novel at odds with recent "shoddy scholarship" on the topic of how voluntarily Korean women were sent to comfort stations.
Colin Marshall writes on the K-pop phenom Neon Bunny (야광토끼) and her place in the Korean popular culture firmament.
Colin Marshall discusses a recent entrant in the world of Korean science fiction by Bae Myung-Hoon.
"Living in South Korea, my own fascination with the land north of the border has drifted less toward moral outrage than apathy."
Colin Marshall analyzes the film adaptation of the ever-popular Korean YA story "The Shower."