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 joins Koreans in their adventure playground, where different rules apply.
While dining in South Korea, Richard Tulloch watches as one dish meets a violent end.
Grand ritual and charming eccentricity drown out the din of the neighbours, writes Karen Halabi.
Asia's third largest economy welcomes visitors with open arms. Hike its mountainous countryside that's awash with natural attractions. Listen as monks chant serenely from buddhist temples while its modern cities buzz 24/7. Visit the contentious DMZ, which separates it from its northern neighbour. Throw in a distinct cuisine, and some bizarre festivals, and you've got a recipe for the perfect trip.