KakaoBank's net profit in the second quarter rose 158.7 percent on year to 69.3 billion won ($59 million), the company said Tuesday.
Asiana Airlines reported a 63.4 billion won ($55.1 million) net profit in the second quarter, down 45.4 percent.
Korean Air Lines’ second quarter net profit fell 20 percent on year to 130 billion won ($112 million) on sales that rose 16 percent.
HMM’s net profit jumped more than 600 percent on year in the second quarter on sales led by higher freight rates and increased container handling volumes.
Coupang Inc., the U.S. parent of the Korean e-commerce company, reported a second-quarter net loss of $518.6 million Wednesday, falling far short of expectations.
Coupang Inc.’s losses continued to grow massively after going public earlier this year.
Sales at department stores in Korea grew at a record rate in the second quarter of the year amid the coronavirus pandemic, data showed Tuesday.
Korean telecom giant KT said Tuesday its second-quarter net income rose 77.4 percent from a year earlier on the back of robust growth of 5G network subscribers as well as its media content businesses.
Lotte Shopping reported a 34.52-billion-won ($30 million) net loss in the second quarter, a significant improvement from the 199-billion-won loss a year earlier.
CJ Logistics reported 49.4 billion won ($43 million) net profit in the second quarter, up more than 30 percent on year.