'Monumental': South Korean press rejoices after 'Parasite' Oscars triumph
South Korean press is jubilant after Bong Joon Ho's victory for the film “Parasite”.
Inside Uber and Hyundai's new air taxi cabin
Multinational taxi service, Uber, presented a full-scale model of a flying car, alongside South Korean manufacturer Hyundai, at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES). It will form part of a fleet of Uber Air Taxis, set to accommodate four passengers each. When operational, the air taxis will be flown by a pilot, but the goal is for the cars to become autonomous over time.
Go champion quits in AI-induced existential crisis
We look at the story of a South Korean Go champion who opted to retire rather than continue competing against unbeatable artificial intelligence. But first, French papers hope for European support in counter-terrorism operations in the Sahel region. Mexican papers react to Donald Trump's plan to label drug cartels as terrorist groups - a move many see as an excuse for US military intervention. Plus, we discover Thanksgiving helplines for turkey-basting emergencies!
South Korea: Search for survivors intensifies after helicopter crash
A South Korean rescue helicopter has crashed with seven people on board. The cause of the accident is not yet known.
North Korea fires missiles into sea: South Korea military
South Korean officials reported two projectiles being launched into the sea. A White House official has described them as "short-range." It comes as the North ramps up diplomatic pressure on the US.
South Koreans boycott Japan beer in brewing trade row
South Korean citizens boycott Japanese products. Some market owners refuse to sell Japanese products such as beer and cigarettes, and citizens protest against the Japanese government and their restrictions.
Berlin fans weigh in on what makes BTS so special
The South Korean boy band BTS, also known as the Bantan Boys, is touring Europe. Needless to say, the band's Berlin concerts sold out within minutes. Fans in the German capital explain just what it is that makes the band so special to them.
South Korea to send security head, spy chief to North
South Korean President Moon Jae-in will send both his national security adviser and top spy as special envoys on a one-day mission to Pyongyang Wednesday ahead of a possible inter-Korean summit this month.