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The South Korean media is abuzz as the legendary chairman of Samsung is caught up in an alleged prostitution scandal following the release of a secretly recorded series of videos from 2011 through 2013.
A man from one of the most dangerous Japanese gang’s Yakuza, also known as Old Kai, was arrested in Busan.
Starting from today, all car passengers must wear seat belts on all types of roads.
The first 1,000 paid seats for this year’s Busan Fireworks Festival sold out just two hours after sales began yesterday.
Starting this November, TV commercials for highly-caffeinated beverages will be restricted.
Busan’s first, best, and only open mic comedy night returns tonight for its May edition at HQ Bar in KSU.
For Pokémon fans in South Korea, the success of the new Pokémon Go app has been bittersweet as the game has not yet been officially released in the ROK.
Outdoor swimming pools around the city have opened up for those looking to cool off from the summer heat.
A touching new short film from LG takes a look at Korea’s evolving view towards other ethnicities living within its borders.
Officials have said that 1.5 percent of agricultural products circulated around Busan contain pesticide residues exceeding the acceptable limit.
Makgeolli is Korea’s oldest folk liquor. The signature brew is a favorite among Koreans and foreigners for its clean and refreshing taste.
Raw fish is a favorite dish for locals, prepared in slices and served as-is, as far away from the grill as possible.
Busan’s largest park has plenty of things to do to keep you occupied for hours on end. Here’s five options to get you started.
Nurimaru APEC House has extended its opening hours to 8 p.m. in the evenings during summer holidays.
Sports fans can now enjoy professional baseball and soccer games for half price on the last Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of every month.
A former South Korean baseball league MVP has been released from his team for lewd conduct according to local media.