The Export-Import Bank of Korea, or Korea Eximbank, announced Thursday it will provide foreign investors with a payment guarantee for green bonds issued by Hanwha Solutions, which are expected to worth 1 billion Chinese yuan ($153 million)...
Covid-19 has penetrated the Ministry of Justice and National Assembly. A worker at the Ministry of Justice headquarters in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi, tested positive on Friday. The ministry said it shut down one floor of the headquarters immediately and...
Citibank Korea is pulling out of retail banking in Korea.
Korea’s central bank predicted the country’s economy will grow more than 3 percent this year, slightly higher than a forecast made in February.
North Korea marked founder Kim Il Sung’s birthday anniversary Thursday with more festivities than the previous year, and with no signs of unusual activities so far, according to the South Korean military.
North Korea may resume its nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests as part of efforts to drive wedges between the United States and its allies, said the U.S. intelligence chief in a Senate hearing Wednesday.
Korea will be competing in at least two wrestling events at the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics, earning spots in the men's Greco-Roman 67-kilogram and 130-kilogram weight classes.
The central bank maintained Korea’s benchmark interest rate at 0.5 percent Thursday.
It is unclear when exactly Korea started appearing on maps from around the world, but one of the earlier instances involved a handful of Portuguese mapmakers. “The first Portuguese people to arrive in Korea came in the second half of the 16th...
The U.S. Congress is set to hold a rare hearing on South Korea’s controversial anti-leaflet law Thursday, which U.S. officials and human rights experts warn should not be underestimated by Seoul.