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These Korean Adoptees Are Returning to Their Birth Country, to Stay
The number of children born in South Korea, who were put up for international adoption reached its peak in the 1980s. Now this generation of Korean adoptees is returning.
What in the World
Hijab Wearing Cats, Million Dollar Pigeons and Death Cafes | What In The World
The world is taking on some seriously strange obsessions -hijab wearing cats, warm woollens for your privates, death cafes in Thailand or million dollar pigeons.
VICE News Shorts
North Korea Is Provoking South Korea, But the Real Enemy Is the U.S.
VICE News explores the significance of the symbolic move by North Korea and what it means for the future of diplomacy between the neighboring countries.
South Korean Woman Reveals Illegal Tattoos to Parents (DUPLICATE)
From underground tattoo studios to specialist club nights, Grace meets the young South Koreans embracing alternative ideas of beauty and discovers the impact it has on their lives.
China's Webcam Industry Is a Modern-Day Gold Rush
A growing number of people in China are pursuing webcam performance to make a living—with some live-streamers making as much $100,000 a month.
VICE News Shorts
South Korean president's impeachment trial begins
South Korean president didn't show up to her impeachment trial - twice
On Patrol with South Korea's Suicide Rescue Team
VICE follows a suicide rescue team on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea to understand what the country is doing to end its suicide epidemic.
Inside the Billion Dollar Korean Beauty Industry
Tattoo artist and activist Grace Neutral explores how younger generations are challenging traditional views around beauty and body image across the world.
VICE News Specials
Launching Balloons into North Korea: Propaganda Over Pyongyang
VICE News goes to Korea to meet the group that's planning to use balloons to launch copies of "The Interview" into North Korea.
Kim Hye-sook, rescapée d'un camp de concentration nord-coréen
Les dessins de Kim ont permis aux enquêteurs des Nations unies de localiser et de prouver l'existence des camps de travail nord-coréens.