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What in the World
10:39

Escobar’s Pooping Hippos, World’s Most Expensive Mango & Other Weird News | What in The World

Hippos rescued from Pablo Escobar’s estate won’t stop having sex and pooping and someone actually paid a million dollars to buy a parking spot.There’s still enough weird news in the world to keep you distracted from the perils of the pandemic.
VICE World News APAC
15:37

Trapped in a South Korean Fringe Church

Former members of Shincheonji speak with VICE World News and tell us why it’s so difficult to leave the church.
VICE World News APAC
11:50

Korea's Club Culture Struggles With COVID-19 Cluster Stigma | Empty Dance Floors in Itaewon, Seoul

At the time when South Korea seemed to have everything in control, one clubber’s visit to its capital’s nightclub district set off a chain of events.
Munchies Specials
21:34

A Culinary Trip to Seoul with Parachute

Eat your way through Seoul with Parachute, one of the best restaurants in Chicago.
Chef's Night Out
11:00

Time for Thai with Tuk Tuk Noodle

In the latest episode of Chef's Night Out, Dong-hyeuk Im of Tuk Tuk Noodle Thai takes us on a fried chicken and rice wine-fueled journey through Seoul.
VICE Specials
13:28

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.
The Pizza Show / Clip
2:01

Welcome to The Pizza Show (Trailer)

Our host Frank Pinello—owner of Best Pizza in Williamsburg, Brooklyn—travels around the world eating great pizza and meeting even greater people.
VICE INTL
20:33

Fake-Beerdigungen in Südkorea

Die "Near Death"-Bewegung will den Lebensdrang der Südkoreaner durch einen kleinen Vorgeschmack auf den Tod erneuern.
How-To / web
3:35

How to Eat Live Octopus

Our correspondent Sydney Chun heads to Jongno Octopus in Seoul to try the controversial practice of eating live octopus.
Fashion Week Internationale
34:31

Seoul Fashion Week: K-Pop to Double Eyelid Surgery

'Fashion Week Internationale' lands in Seoul, the technology and entertainment capital of East Asia.