A person who published fake reviews on the Baedal Minjok food delivery app has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for obstruction of business.
Woowa Brothers, operator of Baedal Minjok delivery app, lost money for another year despite business booming during the pandemic.
Woowa Brothers founder and CEO Kim Bong-jin will provide 40 billion won ($35.3 million) in donations for small food-business owners, their families and students in need.
Woowa Brothers, which operates the Baedal Minjok delivery app, says its customers are becoming more environmentally conscious.
It was a long road for Delivery Hero in its acquisition of Woowa Brothers, which runs Korea's most popular food delivery app.
They wouldn’t get a role in "I, Robot," but helpful machines—described by the companies using and offering them as robots—are quickly entering the restaurant business.
Woowahan Youths and the Korean Federation of Service Worker's Union have signed a collective bargaining agreement, the company announced Thursday.
Baedal Minjok operator Woowa Brothers said Friday it will host the 2020 Baemin Tteokbokki Masters online on Nov. 11, the second year the company has hosted the test to find true experts in Korean spicy rice cakes.
Woowa Brothers, operator of the Baedal Minjok food delivery service, will start using a delivery robot by the end of the year.