Today, leaked photos of Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, the upcoming arcade update, circulated online in South Korea as well as online in the West.
In South Korea, you can eat lots of delicious food. Bulgogi, bibimbap, fried Pikachu. Wait, what?
Maybe not! It depends, really. But since this Korean cosplayer has a head full of hair, she needed a bald cap to pull off her One-Punch Man outfit.
This is not a photo of Sir Ian McKellen. It’s a painting by a young Korean artist named Joongwon Jeong, and it’s incredible.
Track: Daddy | Artist: PSY | Album: The 7th Album
Champions in traditional Korean attire. Or put against traditional Korean artistic backdrops. Riot Games has teamed up with a handful of talented Korean artists to bring the game to life in a fascinating way. The result is an exhibit called League of Legends: the Summoning.
I’m not talking about when Usagi and her friends transform into Sailor Moon and whatnot. Oh no, I’m talking about the threads those kids are wearing when not trying to save the Solar System.
While the world should start bracing itself for a nasty Star Wars: The Force Awakens hangover, it isn’t. Korean pop fans, included.
Tonight, former StarCraft pro NaDa had the most fitting wedding ceremony you could imagine: at the Legacy of the Void launch party.
The Seoul district of Gangnam has announced a proposal to build a huge bronze sculpture of the horsey dance. No, really.
This is Whiteday. And if you’re into scares, this might be for you.
Literally! See, there’s localization, and then, there’s localization.
“Help, my mom is addicted to computer games!” On a recent episode of South Korea variety show Hello Counselor (via tipster Sang), a grade schooler seeks help over his mom’s incessant gaming.
For the past two years, a 40-something year-old man has allegedly robbed over 180 different locations across South Korea. If true, how did he evade capture? Stealth, it seems.
Not only that, but there is also mouse-shaped bread.