Starting June 21, creating and distributing video game hacks will be illegal in South Korea.
Old and New. Seoul, South Korea. By Edward Alan Bartholomew.
Behold one of the most incredible do-it-yourself Voltron models I’ve ever seen. I’m willing to bet the same is true for you.
When PlayStation Korea uploaded the Persona 5 title sequence for the game’s upcoming release in the country, fans noticed something: Ryuji Sakamoto’s shoes.
During the recent presidential election in South Korea, one television network decided the best way to track the votes would be turning all the candidates into Game of Thrones type characters.
Tragedy struck in mid-dance number during the Pokemon World Festival in Incheon, South Korea earlier this week, as the lead Pikachu sprung a leak during “You Can’t Stop The Beat.” Fortunately an elite squad of suited men was standing by.
Sim Sang-jung is a politician currently running for President in the wake of South Korea’s disastrous corruption scandal. She (or at least someone on her campaign team) knows that a good way to reach out to the kids is with Overwatch Play of the Game videos, in which her kills are political owns.
Quick! Which would you rather be, a Kpop star or a gaming pro? Wanna-be idol Choi Dong Ha is choosing music.
Not only were the drinks HP and MP created for those who enjoy gaming, but also as a way to help cut sugar consumption.
Of course! If you are trying to win votes in South Korea, StarCraft is always one way to appeal to the masses.
Actor Kwon Hyuk-soo is on a mission. For the past few months, the Saturday Night Live Korea star has been recreating sequences from iconic anime.
Namco Bandai is turning its idol simulator franchise The Idolmaster into a South Korean TV drama.
Gyung Bae Kwak, an editor at South Korean gaming site Daily Game, is in the hospital after being slashed with a knife after chasing down an alleged attacker. The incident has made the country’s national news.
Hope you don’t mind feeling pukey! I know I do.
On Thursday night, South Korean president Park Geun-Hye was officially ousted from her office after a special Constitutional Court decision upheld her impeachment. For the majority of Koreans, it’s the end of a grueling three-month trial and a longer national scandal. But during the biggest crisis in South Korea’s…
In 2013, South Korean television network tvN aired a competition-style reality television show called The Genius. On the surface it sounds like most other shows in the genre: a group of celebrities are tasked with playing games together in order to win a cash prize. But The Genius is something special. It’s a twisty,…