Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) reported a major decline in net profit in the second quarter.
Doctors on strike demonstrate in Yeouido, western Seoul, on Friday to protest the government's plan to turn out more medical students and mandating that a majority of them practice in areas outside Seoul. According to the Health Ministry...
Korea's daily domestic transmissions of Covid-19 reached a four-month high on Thursday, amid growing clusters of infections linked to a pair of churches in the greater Seoul area. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said...
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said no to outside relief for recent floods to protect the country from the coronavirus, the state-run media said Friday.
Attendees of the fifth Korea International Tourism Show at Kintex Exhibition Center on Thursday visit a bus to try a virtual reality tour of the Dokdo islets.
Emart reported more than 300 billion won ($253 million) in net profit in the second quarter after selling off assets including land in Magok-dong, western Seoul.
An exhibition on the forced labor of women and children during Japan's colonial rule is open to the public from Friday to Sept. 4 for free at the National Library of Korea in Seocho District, southern Seoul. The exhibition features newly released ...
Korea wants to become the world’s tenth largest exporter by 2025 by promoting services and overhauling export regulations that have been concentrated on manufactured goods, according to Finance Minister Hong Nam-ki.
The United Nations’ special envoy for human rights in North Korea on Thursday characterized the South Korean government’s inspections of defector-led civic groups as a politically motivated attempt to appease Pyongyang.
North Korea’s nuclear complex at Yongbyon may have been significantly damaged by flooding at the Kuryong River, said a U.S. research institute on Wednesday.