When did food delivery first become an option?
Unions representing delivery drivers and some of the top companies that employ them on Tuesday inked an agreement to provide labor protections to those workers — a first for Korea's gig economy.
BGF Retail’s CU convenience store franchise on Monday rolled out an on-foot delivery service in partnership with MG Playing.
A delivery worker labor union on Thursday denied recent reports that some drivers receive 100 million won ($84,000) in annual pay.
A growing number of companies are rolling out delivery services to reach a wider range of customers that continue to avoid crowded locations as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Convenience store chain GS25 expanded its late-night delivery service to 2,000 branches across the country, the company announced Monday.
GS Retail will start an on-foot delivery service for people who order products from its convenience store franchise GS25 online.
It's been a decade since the first food delivery platform started up. It was an idea made for Korea and Koreans. Now, the biggest constraint to growth in the industry is not customers or food — but delivery drivers.
E-commerce platform WeMakePrice is dropping commission fees for restaurant owners on its food delivery app. WeMakePrice O will not charge restaurant owners any additional commission fees.
Online shopping in April jumped 12.5 percent on year to 12.26 trillion won ($10.08 billion), announced Statistics Korea Wednesday.