Steve McKenna appreciates the value of an unhurried journey across the Yellow Sea.
Natalie Hambly discovers a food that means as much to Koreans - and tastes as weird to foreigners - as Vegemite does to Australians.
The wisdom of seat-back touchscreens is in question when you're getting poked in the back of the head.
Stephen Phelan gets stuck into spicy grilled chicken in Seoul.
It's a game of hide and seek, and you shall find, in a labyrinth of old markets and modern malls, writes Belinda Jackson.
The strip of land between North and South Korea is a sensitive as ever but John Burfitt discovers it's not all machine guns and barbed wire.
Richard Tulloch gets a bite of traditional culture in modern Seoul's Bukchon area.
Ute Junker sheds more than her inhibitions in a Korean jjimjilbang.
Watching while its cuisine experiences a global boom, can this be Asia's new capital of cool? Dive into this city's massive culinary scene, its fish markets and tea houses, and its extensive night markets. Luxurious public baths and saunas feature as heavily as neon-lit streets blaring k-pop and karaoke, as does traditional architecture alongside futuristic skyscrapers in eye-popping contrast. Lead the way!