As we head into May, here is a look back at some of the top stories that happened around the world in April, from Sri Lanka’s historic protests against the economic crisis to the Bucha massacre in Ukraine.
The “Garlic Girls”, the South Korean women’s curling team, have made their Olympic comeback in Beijing after they came forward and spoke out about being abused by their coaches and sparked a movement against the mistreatment of athletes in the country.
K-pop group BTS returned to the United Nations on Monday Sep. 20 to give an inspirational speech for young people along with a video of them performing their hit song “Permission to Dance” through the empty UN Assembly Hall to empower them to take action.
This South Korean professor has created an eco-friendly toilet that converts poop into energy This South Korean professor has created an eco-friendly toilet that converts poop into energy and pays users digital currency for their contribution.
Seungri, a former member of the K-pop boy band Big Bang, has been jailed for three years after a court in Seoul found him guilty of all nine charges against him, including gambling and arranging sex services.
Women in South Korea are sharing photos of their short haircuts in support of South Korean archer An San, who became the target of online harassment in her country for her short hair at the Tokyo Olympics.