The government has set out to create a civilian participatory fund to raise financing for the nearly $100 billion “New Deal” projects over the next five years. Policymakers at the Finance Ministry and Financial Services...
Passengers get on the Seoul City Tour Bus on Aug. 2 near Gwanghwamun Station in central Seoul, a day after the bus service resumed operations.
All ways to keep cash-strapped Asiana Airlines afloat are being considered including nationalization, according to Financial Services Commission Vice Chairman Sohn Byung-doo.
SK Bioscience will start procedures to go public on the stock market next year, the company said Sunday.
The ruling Democratic Party (DP), which commands a super majority in the National Assembly, is pushing to move the legislature and presidential office out of Seoul. The idea was first raised by DP floor leader Kim Tae-nyeon in...
As the government frantically looks for ways to drive down property prices, developing greenbelt zones is not an option, President Moon Jae-in decided Monday. Moon decided to maintain greenbelt zones for future generations.
Protests over the government’s real estate measures are held in front of the Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation on Saturday in downtown Seoul, as a public backlash grows over the government’s regulations on higher property and capital gains taxes.
With the termination of the scheme, customers can freely buy as many masks as they want at pharmacies, supermarkets, convenience stores and online malls. Mask prices will vary depending on the vendor.
More people are driving their cars and avoiding public transportation amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent report by Samsung Traffic Safety Research Institute, a research center of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance.
Seongdong District Mayor Chong Won-oh hands out books to a driver outside a public library on Wednesday afternoon.