Hope for a summer tourist boom has faded with the fourth wave of the pandemic, and hotel and travel businesses are preparing for another holiday season of paltry revenues.
Kakao has Ryan, the maneless lion. Shinsegae now has JRilla, a besuited gorilla sporting one cool hairdo.
A 31-year-old office worker purchased some 3 million won ($2,670) worth of Tesla shares last month.
Soonchunhyang University students Tuesday attended a virtual welcoming ceremony as avatars, virtual selves that they were able to customize through an app.
Park Chul-whan, a Kumho Petrochemical director and the company’s largest shareholder, clarified a shareholder proposal he submitted last month, where he sought to stack the board and up the dividend.
A 38-year-old woman who gave birth on Jan. 2 decided to forgo going to a postpartum care center due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The price of gold bars on Thursday surged to an all-time high of 72,451 won ($60) per gram since the establishment of the gold trading market in Korea in 2014.
Naver has been accused of violating the Attorney-at-Law Act. Since March, Naver has been collecting commission fees from people for linking them with lawyers registered on its Q. and A. platform Jisik iN.
As a new wave of Korean food spreads around the world, localized marketing strategies are proving to be the key to lasting success.
Advertising boards on the platforms of Seoul subway stations are being turned into doors that can be opened to allow emergency access to subway tracks.