The future of music is digital and will continue to be even after the Covid-19 pandemic, co-owner of video-sharing platform Triller Jaeson Ma said on Thursday during an online conference held via YouTube for the 2020 MU:CON, organized by the...
The Kospi fell below the 2,400 mark on Monday, as lingering valuation pressure drove down the key index. The won rose against the dollar.
The government will set up an online delivery system for 500 traditional markets by 2025 to help small businesses adapt to the digital age.
Stocks ended a four-session winning streak on Wednesday as investors reaped profits from the recent stock rally. The won rose against the dollar.
A traditional market in Mapo District, western Seoul, is filled with customers on Tuesday, two weeks ahead of Chuseok, the Korean harvest festival.
The index is now at a new high for the year and is approaching a two-year high after stocks rallied for four consecutive days.
Shares extended their winning streak to a fourth session on Tuesday to close at a more than two-year high, helped by advances in tech heavyweights and progress in coronavirus vaccine development.
The benchmark Kospi on Monday rose 31.22 points, or 1.3 percent, to close at 2,427.91, while the Kosdaq added 5.73 points, or 0.64 percent, to close at 894.17.
Drive-up or curbside delivery is becoming ever more popular despite the end of Level 2.5 restrictions on Sunday night.
Stocks jumped more than 1 percent Monday on the back of advances in tech shares and eased social distancing measures against the coronavirus in Korea.