On June 9 South Korea saw the biggest women's rally in history, against the epidemic of spycam porn. Find out why they are so angry, and why the problem isn't getting solved.
It was a sight to behold: at least 12,000 women shouting at the top of their lungs in central Seoul, enraged by South Korea's widespread spycam pornography, enraged by what they perceived to be police inaction, even discrimination. Here is their story.
Not everyone is happy about the recent thaw in inter-Korean relations ahead of the Pyeongchang Olympics. Some are burning pictures of Kim Jong-un.
It looks like President Park Geun-hye has no friends left. But a group of die-hard fans, known as the I Love Park Geun-hye Club or "Parksamo," still continue to cheer her as her father's one true heir.
Foreigners banned from rallies; humor and satire at rallies; people have low opinions of their jobs; mounting opinions in favor of conscientious objectors.
One million march against President Park; whistle-blowers face retribution; Seoul plans to improve air quality; and more in the Weekly Brief.