More than 400 small business owners held a rolling rally in Seoul late Wednesday night to protest overly strict social distancing measures.
Cars drive along a cherry blossom-canopied road in Yeoju, Gyeonggi, on Tuesday. Yeoju city government announced Tuesday it will hold a drive-through cherry blossom festival from Friday through Sunday, instead of a walk-in festival.
McDonald’s Korea reported a 9 percent growth in revenue last year, led by its Best Burger initiative and a jump in delivery orders.
Medical workers extract samples from taxi drivers at a drive-thru testing site in Asiad Main Stadium in Busan on Monday, in a pre-emptive measure to detect Covid-19 infections among taxi drivers.
BGF Retail, operation of convenience store chain CU, plans to expand its curbside pickup service to 3,000 stores by the first half of 2021.
Leading conservative activist groups on Thursday said they will alter their plans for a massive antigovernment protest in downtown Seoul, and instead hold a drive-thru rally to avoid potential blame for subsequent coronavirus infections.
Drive-up or curbside delivery is becoming ever more popular despite the end of Level 2.5 restrictions on Sunday night.
Convenience stores are looking for new ways to reduce human contact and make shopping more safe.
Korea can be a difficult market to survive in, especially for restaurants and fast-food brands.
McDonald’s Korea's revenue rose 9 percent in the first four months on year as the Best Burger initiative, a global campaign undertaken by the company to up its burger game, kicked in.