Singer-songwriter Lee Jin-ah is back with an EP titled “Candy Pianist” released last month featuring jazz melodies as sweet as candy. “I want to be a ‘candy pianist’ who plays sweet melodies using my favorite instrument and sings beautiful...
New York City restaurants will be able to resume indoor dining at 25 percent capacity at the end of the month, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday, relaxing one of the last big Covid-19 limitations in the nation's most populous city.
The food and beverage industry in Seoul has faced something it has never experienced before due to the coronavirus: restricted opening hours. Different from other major cities across the globe which completely shut down the operations of...
A delivery worker labor union on Thursday denied recent reports that some drivers receive 100 million won ($84,000) in annual pay.
A delivery man takes food into the National Assembly compound in Yeouido, western Seoul, on Tuesday. Since Level 2.5 social distancing measures were imposed, many people prefer to order food instead of going to restaurants.
The Korea Foodservice Industry Association urged the government to implement measures to revive the industry, saying its very survival is at stake.
Eat six dinners out, and get 10,000 won ($8). Sounds easy, right? But there are catches to the government's program designed to encourage people to spend more at restaurants.
The coronavirus pandemic has put restrictions on many aspects of peoples’ everyday lives, and while many have embraced working from home, one area that it seems people are not willing to compromise on is food.
There’s a new Mexican food joint in Seoul that we need to taco ‘bout. Taqueira Stan at an intersection on a backstreet in Seoul's old industry district, with a trophy engraver and calendar maker as its neighbors, has been open for two months now.