Travel agencies say it's time to move on from Covid-19.
The Seoul city government announced Tuesday more detailed plans for its Covid-19 vaccination program expected to kick off later this month, aiming to inoculate 70 percent of the population before November.
The government employee head count has been rising rapidly in recent years, and state-run company profits have been rapidly declining, leaving the country with higher costs it can ill afford and less cash flow into the state coffers.
Eight out of 10 professional television actors received an annual salary of less than 10 million won ($9,200) in 2020 while only five out of every 10 respondents said they signed contracts for work they did. These revelations were the results of...
The ruling Democratic Party (DP) and the government agreed to hand out up to to 3 million won ($2,700) to small shops hurt most by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The government strongly defended the so-called “fair economy” bills that were rammed through a week ago by the ruling Democratic Party, which holds a clear majority in the National Assembly.
According to Statistics Korea on Wednesday, 27.2 million people were employed in Korea in November, 273,000 fewer than a year earlier. In 2009, job shrinkages continued for eight consecutive months between January and August.
Many people are expressing frustration at the current state of the country, wondering if this was what President Moon Jae-in meant in his inauguration speech when he said, “My heart is burning with passion to make Korea a nation...
A loan counter sits empty at a bank located in Seoul on Monday, the first day that government restrictions on unsecured loans went into effect.
Asian legislative experts gathered virtually Wednesday at an annual law forum hosted by the Korean government to hear how Korea and other Asian countries tackled the coronavirus pandemic, and ways they can cooperate in the post-Covid-19 era.