Yoo In-sik remembers when other skiers used to shy away from him on the chairlift because of his missing leg. “When I ski now, people cheer me on and clap for me,” he says.
In South Korea, people are starting to talk with family members about what would happen if war broke out between the US and North Korea.
South Korea is transfixed by new television programs that put young and manicured North Koreans in the spotlight.
What happens when a Norwegian director-provocateur brings a Western rock band to North Korea, and films the experience? The result is the new documentary "Liberation Day."
The US has confirmed that North Korea fired off a missile, just when Trump is seeking to tougher sanctions against the regime.
When young North Korean refugees make their way to South Korea, they're often unprepared for life there. Now there's a high school that helps them deal with their trauma.
North Korea is developing nuclear weapons, testing missiles and threatening to show no mercy to its enemies. But in South Korea, which has never signed a peace treaty with the North, many young people just aren’t that worried.
International adoption rules don't make it easy for adoptees and their biological families to search for one another. But many Korean adoptees are going abroad to find their birth families and build new ties.
Despite assurances from the US and South Korean governments, South Koreans living near the site of a new anti-missile shield worry about potential health impacts.
Here's the story of the only Syrian on Korea's Jeju Island. He's asked for asylum there, but Korean authorities say the war back home isn't enough of a reason to get it.
Kang Chun-hyok wants South Koreans to know what life is like in the north. So he's rapping about his life there before he defected.