Who is the true friend of the content creator?

A deep dive into the state of content creators in Korea and the Philippines.

Ready, set, travel

Is the industry ready for the post-pandemic boom in tourism?

Pinoys fighting in Seoul and other war stories

When the United Nations (UN) called on member nations to help drive North Koreans out of Seoul, the first Asian country to volunteer was the Philippines.

Korea takes over the world

The explosion of fascination with Korean food is now more felt here in the Philippines—this restaurant could show you why

Beyond hallyu

The Korean Cultural Center is ready for its next chapter.

The epic flavors of Japan and Korea are finally back at this fast food restaurant

Bite into Flavors of Asia’s Ebi Burger, boasting a tempura-coated shrimp patty paired with tangy Thousand Island sauce and lettuce, and the K-Chicken Burger with creamy cheddar cheese and kimchi and gochujang dressing.

LOOK: Starbucks just opened the largest mall-like store in Korea

The store spans three stories over 1,203 square meters (about 13,000 square feet). That’s enough space to accommodate study groups, business sessions, and just amiga things.

Why #CancelKorea and #ApologizeKorea is trending

Korean netizens’ criticism of Filipina TikToker Bella Poarch sparks online backlash.

Swoon over these prenup photos inspired by 'Crash Landing on You'

“We really tried to copy the final scene in CLOY shot in Switzerland, but with our own version and showcasing the beautiful scenery in my province, which is La Palmera Mountain Ridge (in Columbio, Sultan Kudarat).”

The secret to Son Ye-jin’s healthy and luscious hair

And yes, it’s now available in the Philippines

What we can learn from South Korea's decades-long creative investment

For one, Korean leaders have long subsidized culture and entertainment and now the dividends are paying off.

LOOK: Korean idol Wonho goes shirtless for Men's Health

Men's Health celebrates their 15th anniversary with Wonho

The adobo police state

Why standardizing food can be a good thing. And no, it’s not an attack on lola’s cooking.