More than 400 small business owners held a rolling rally in Seoul late Wednesday night to protest overly strict social distancing measures.
Gyms and indoor golf driving ranges in some parts of Seoul will be allowed to stay open until midnight starting from Saturday in an effort to help revive small businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Korea’s business lobbying groups continued to push for the pardon of Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong on Thursday, a day after the issue was brought up during a meeting between President Moon and the heads of top four conglomerates.
Loans to industry rose 14.0 percent on year in the first quarter with services leading, up 17.5 percent on year, according to a release from the Bank of Korea.
SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won told the Business Roundtable (BRT) that cooperation should go beyond business and include social issues.
The Korea News Editors’ Association elected Seo Yang-weon, managing director of Maeil Business Newspaper, as its 24th president Thursday.
After a brief push triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, policy discussions on telemedicine have once again ground to a halt in Korea, one of the few advanced countries where the practice is still illegal.
Small business owners in Itaewon of Yongsan District, central Seoul, hold an event on Tuesday to pledge to re-boost Itaewon's business district, which has been severely hurt by the Covid-19 outbreak.
The new chief of Korea’s major business lobby group called on his Japanese counterpart to resume ties and regular exchanges.
More than six out of 10 small business owners have experienced a drop in revenue exceeding 30 percent since the Covid-19 pandemic took off in Korea last January, according to an association of small business owners on Monday.