South Korean civil society wastes no time in preparing to export its experience gained from the “Miracle on the Han” to war-ravaged Ukraine.
An unexpected twist in Latin America’s hallyu craze – an increased interest in the Spanish language in South Korea.
South Korean scholar-diplomat calls for Seoul to adopt a flexible approach to great power competition, not bound by Cold War-style paradigms.
Korea and Ukraine, some 7,000 kilometers apart, have an uncomfortably large amount in common. Seoul ignores the parallels at its peril.
Bound by a free-trade agreement and some pretty unique value-adds, Panama and South Korea’s bilateral relationship has a promising future.
Arming Ukraine would undo decades of progress in Russia-South Korea relations, argues one seasoned Russia hand in Seoul.
How pivotal was Deng Xiaoping’s legacy for ethnic Koreans in China? Adam Cathcart reads some recent scholarship and Chinese materials to find out.
South Korea’s economic titans seemingly unfazed by news of Russia’s debt default.
North Korea and Russia begin pushing for a return to pre-pandemic trade relations in a “new reality”.