Delivery workers have canceled a threatened strike after logistics companies agreed to increase headcount for package sorting.
Drive-up or curbside delivery is becoming ever more popular despite the end of Level 2.5 restrictions on Sunday night.
Convenience stores are looking for new ways to reduce human contact and make shopping more safe.
A mobile ID system, studios for K-pop virtual concerts and the burying of power cables are some of the projects that are set to be funded by Korea's record 2021 budget.
While major conglomerates are reducing new hires, untact companies such as Kakao and Naver are scrambling to find new talent.
Convenience store chain GS25 expanded its late-night delivery service to 2,000 branches across the country, the company announced Monday.
A customer uses a vending machine at a 24-hour unmanned store that sells side dishes in Magok in Gangseo District, western Seoul, on Tuesday.
Models promote Chuseok gifts at Emart's Seongsu branch in Seongdong District, eastern Seoul, on Tuesday. According to Emart, it will start accepting orders for Chuseok gifts from Thursday.
The main event of this year's Boryeong Mud Festival, “Stay Home Mud Live,” will be held online on Saturday from 4 p.m. to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the city announced on Monday.
Woody is the latest in a long line of "untact" technology developed as Korea ramps up protection measures and prepares for the post-coronavirus era.