A South Korean man is feared to have been killed just after becoming the first disabled person to climb the world’s 14 highest peaks in the Himalayas.
A world record: Kim Hong-bin, who lost all his fingers to frostbite 30 years ago, reached the summit of Broad Peak in Pakistan’s Karakoram Range at 4:58 p.m. on Sunday (local time), the Korea Herald reported. At 8,047 meters (26,401 feet), Broad Peak is the last of 14 mountains he has climbed in the Himalayas above 8,000 meters (26,247 feet).
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The owner of an LA-based company has recently come under fire after claiming to have created the popular South Korean drink dalgona coffee.
Marvel Comics has unveiled its latest South Korean superhero in the February issue of the comic series “Taskmaster.”
The crimefighter Taegukgi, who is named after the Korean flag, makes his debut on the third issue of “Taskmaster,” written by Jed MacKay and illustrated by Alessandro Vitti.
With the help of virtual reality (VR), a South Korean man “reunites” with his wife four years after her death.
The power of VR: Last year, Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) released a TV documentary entitled 너를 만났다 (“I Met You”).
A South Korean YouTuber mustered all the energy she had left to film a “goodbye video” for fans who witnessed her battle against cancer.
Eun Chan, better known as JIGUIN, succumbed to her condition on May 6, just a few days after she posted her final video.
A woman in South Korea who was imprisoned for biting the tongue off her alleged rapist more than five decades ago is now seeking a retrial.
In 1964, then 18-year-old Choi Mal-ja was sentenced to six months in prison for committing “grievous bodily harm” against the 21-year-old man identified only as Roh.
Bong Joon-ho’s genre-bending masterpiece, “Parasite” is a class allegory that juxtaposes the lives of two families living on the opposite ends of the socioeconomic ladder.
The acclaimed film was given the 2019 Palme d’Or award, the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival, making Bong the first Korean director to receive the honor, and is currently heavily predicted to be a leading contender for the 2020 Oscars.
South Korean soccer star Son Heung-min has been nominated for the prestigious Ballon d’Or for 2019, the first for an Asian player in 12 years.
Presented by France Football magazine, the award recognizes the world’s best soccer players every year, with prominent names such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo leading its roster of winners since 1956.
Forever 21 stores that seemingly go on forever could soon be nothing but empty spaces, a bleak reminder that even great enterprises do not last forever.
The fast-fashion retail giant, which runs a total of 815 outlets in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines, has been preparing for a potential bankruptcy filing, Bloomberg reported last week.
Kimchi, a traditional Korean dish, could be the answer for people with thinning hair, a new South Korean study claims.
Made from fermented cabbage mixed with select spices, the dish was reportedly found to contain properties that could reportedly reverse hair loss, reports The Sun.
South Korean speed skater Lim Hyo-jun has been banned from the country’s skating federation for one year after he reportedly pulled down the pants of a male teammate in front of other female skaters.
On June 17, Lim pulled down the pants of a younger, unnamed teammate at Jincheon National Training Center in Jincheon, South Korea, which was caught on camera, according to the South Korean media.
Korean victims of the World War II Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings were remembered during the 74th-anniversary ceremony in South Korea.
Around 400 Korean survivors and their families attended the ceremony held in Hapcheon, South Gyeongsang Province, on Tuesday morning, according to Korea Herald. They were joined by Minister of Health and Welfare Park Neung-hoo and South Gyeongsang Province Gov. Kim Kyung-soo, and many others.