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K-pop star Chou Tzuyu pulled off one of the most stunning hairflips you’ll see all month.
Would Pikachu look better with epicanthic eye folds? This South Korean clinic seems to think so.
This week’s sexiest GIF award goes to Chinese pop idol Cheng Xiao.
Korean fashionistas let us know why they choose to wear rings on certain fingers.
Director of the new animated film Moonlight Palace responds to allegations that his movie bears suspicious similarities to Ghibli’s masterpiece, Spirited Away.
Adele should try to do a cover of this guy’s version of her song!
The world is still trying to figure out if you need at least one Korean person in your band for it to qualify as K-pop.
Sometimes when you want something, all you’ve got to do is ask.
“Wasei Eigo”, or “English words created in Japan”, can leave native English speakers baffled — but what about Korean speakers?
The 58 year-old winner’s mother and daughter say they’re entitled to part of his winnings and went as far as to stage a protest at the local city office.
Why worry about surgery scars when you can just make(up) your worries away?
Korean netizens unearth a Korean mobile game that seems to be a blatant ripoff of the wildly popular Pokémon Go, except it predates Niantic’s megahit by five years.
A South Korean and North Korean gymnast have shown the world the two nations can live peacefully side-by-side with one selfie.
Poktanju, sometimes known as Soju Bomb in English, is a cocktail popular in South Korea, and this lady is the queen of making them pop.
The dispute between the two Korean nations took a really odd turn when North Korea accused their southern counterpart of releasing deadly snakes along the border.
A last second lane change saves this car from disaster.
The production house behind Korea’s hit kid’s show Pororo the Little Penguin recently announced a partnership with a developer to release an augmented reality game called Pororo Go.
South Korea acting a little like its neighbor to the north.
Even though Pokémon GO is not yet available to download in Asia, there have been rumours of people playing in South Korea and China. Could this be true?