Class criticism is a common theme in movies. This one says something more unusual.
Bong Jong-ho’s genre-bending film reveals the fantasies of salvation that feed off of us all.
Buddhism offers a clear answer. With Christianity, it’s more complex.
National Liberation Day of Korea spurs us to celebrate the past and work for a united future.
From Hindu Bible commentary to Christian minjung theology, the Asian Jesus has taken many forms.
As a child born in South Korea, I was taught that every North Korean is evil. As an adult, I found myself face to face with one.
Han Kang’s main theme is the dignity and the cowardice that atrocity brings forth from people—often the same person.
When the World Missionary Conference gathered in Edinburgh in 1910, it would have taken real optimism to identify Korea as a prospect for major Christian growth. Through the 20th century, though, Christian growth in Korea has been astonishing.