How often do you visit a rock-art site armed only with binoculars? You do at Bangudae, on South Korea’s east coast, and with good reason, as Brian Fagan discovered on a recent trip to the region.
Archaeologists working in South Korea have found the first example of mummy infected with hepatitis B. Scientists hope it will help combat the disease
The discovery of the tomb of King Muryong
The necropolis of the noble family of the Gaya
The most successful of Korea’s three kingdoms
Hillforts on the frontier of rival kingdoms
CWA’s editor discusses the Far East