Korea kept an open and secure border throughout the pandemic, a feat that was not easy for many other countries to pull off, and it’s something counter-terrorism experts are eyeing worldwide, said Jehangir Khan, director of the UN Office of...
A small barbecue restaurant in Yongdap-dong, eastern Seoul has racked up 100 million won ($85,000) of debt since the pandemic started.
The government announced that social gatherings of up to eight people will be allowed in the greater Seoul area after 6 p.m. starting Monday, seen as a step toward ultimately shifting to a scheme of living with Covid-19 next month.
The government is planning an outpatient treatment system for Covid-19 patients to get care without having to be hospitalized.
The government launched a new government-private sector committee to draw up a roadmap for the post-pandemic transition to normalcy by the end of this month.
SK Bioscience is set to speed up its global Phase 3 clinical trials of its GBP510 Covid-19 vaccine candidate.
From local dishes and flora to dances and sunsets, festivals in Korea are a cultural bonanza reflecting a rich history and unique traditions. After many festivals were shut down last year because of the coronavirus, hopes were high earlier...
A merchant looks to be lost in thought on a mat at a parking lot for the Mapo Agriculture and Marine Products Market in Mapo District, western Seoul, on Monday after the market closed down as Covid-19 infections from the market grew to 89.
Korea will form a government-private committee to discuss strategies to return to normal life and will hold its first meeting this week in preparation of starting its "With Corona" plan in November.
A customer picks up a soccer ball at a store in Jung District, central Seoul, on Sunday.