While the government hinted at easing the curfews of restaurants and bars to midnight and bigger private gatherings from July, some young employees in Korea are fearing the return of hoesik, or after-work dinners often featuring alcohol ...
A logistics center in Songpa, Seoul, on Tuesday remains empty as delivery workers went on strike.
The job market has been improving, with employment gains above 600,000 on year for two consecutive months, as the economy is rebounding from Covid-19.
Korea wants help from Europe to become a global vaccine production hub, President Moon Jae-in stressed Tuesday in a videoconference with Franz-Werner Haas, CEO of German biotech company CureVac, while on a visit to Austria.
“Who am I?” — That question vexes media artist Lee Lee-nam, who seeks to answer it with the use of two seemingly incompatible fields: Biology and art. Lee’s latest solo exhibition opens on Wednesday at the Savina Museum, Eunpyeong ...
Korea administered Covid-19 vaccines to 25 percent of its population as of Tuesday ― hitting the milestone about two weeks earlier than planned.
Korea will reopen its borders to fully-vaccinated tourists traveling in groups from countries where the Covid-19 outbreak has subsided, including Singapore, Taiwan and Guam, as early as next month. On Wednesday, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure..
Starting next month, people traveling to Korea for important business and family visits who have been vaccinated abroad will no longer have to do 14-day quarantines.
The first death in Korea after a Janssen Covid-19 vaccine was reported Sunday, while five people were accidentally administered five doses of the vaccine each last week, apparently without ill effect.
The Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters announced Friday that it will loosen the restrictions placed on music concert venues from June 14, signaling the possibility of live K-pop concerts and outdoor music festivals...