The 101st anniversary of the birth of the country’s venerated founding father, the late dictator Kim Il Sung, is a pointer to the regime’s current state of mind
Fans of pelvic thrusts are going to love Psy’s new single. At a concert in Seoul on Saturday night, the South Korean star debuted the music video — and cheeky dance moves — for his new song, “Gentleman.” The show, which kept …
Even as Washington presses Pyongyang on its arsenal, a growing number of analysts worry that unconditional denuclearization is a strategic dead end
Nobody does bluster better than Pyongyang. In the past few weeks the country’s hardworking propagandists declared a “state of war” with South Korea, announced plans to restart a plutonium-producing reactor and threatened the U.S. …
Is Huawei an agent of the Chinese state, as critics charge, or simply a successful foreign business that might challenge the titans of American tech?
The protests continue to swell, in the capital and other major cities, despite the threat of violence and intimidation.
Thirty-two asylum seekers rescued by the Sri Lankan navy say they went without food for 21 days and were forced to throw dozens of dead overboard after their wooden vessel failed at sea
On Wednesday, South Koreans chose the daughter of South Korea’s Cold War strongman Park Chung-hee as the country’s first female President
As South Koreans vote today, the race between Park Geun-hye and Moon Jae-in looks too close to call.
Filipino legislators on Monday approved a law that will allow the government to provide basic funding for sex education and contraceptives.
TIME talks to Daniel Tudor, author of ‘Korea: The Impossible Country,’ about the upcoming presidential election.
Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng on Monday posted a video urging incoming President Xi Jinping to uphold human rights and follow Burma on the path to democratic reform.