Companies are increasingly worried about employees suffering from the so-called corona-blues, triggered by dismal business performances, uncertainties in the labor market and frequent stay-at-home orders.
In efforts to help revitalize the ailing cultural industries in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic while allowing the public to overcome the so-called corona blues, or corona-related loneliness, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism ...
Shinhan Financial Group pledged to invest more money into up-and-coming businesses and to hire more digitally-focused employees in its bid to support the country's New Deal project.
College students hold a press conference in front of the Central Government Complex in Seoul on Tuesday to demand a refund of tuition as colleges could not provide adequate education services because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Singer-turned-actor Park Gyu-ri apologized on Monday for going to a club in central Seoul's Itaewon during the social distancing period outlined by the government.
Korea's largest book fair has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak and will be turned into a new format linking online and offline programs, organizers said Saturday.
On May 6, a day after Korea’s Children’s Day, state-run art facilities opened their doors for the first time in two months after the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism shut down national museums, theaters and libraries.
Singers Doyoung and Jaehyun from boy band NCT 127 pose with head of Gangnam District Jeong Sun-gyun and his wife Choi Kyeong-mi on Wednesday at Coex, southern Seoul, during a donation event organized by the Gangnam District Office.