The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) said Tuesday it will tighten rules on banks closing brick-and-mortar branches as elderly people find it increasingly difficult to access financial services.
As the country approaches the one-year mark in its battle against the Covid-19 epidemic, changes triggered by social distancing guidelines have laid bare inequalities in Korean society. While the lives of some have been less disturbed by...
New coronavirus infections in Korea jumped back into the triple digits Thursday as health authorities struggle to clamp down on cluster infections across the country.
Financial Services Commission (FSC) announced new rules designed to help senior citizens marginalized by digitization and complicated investment products.
Koreans 65 and above did surprisingly well during the pandemic in terms of employment, the age group being the only cohort in which employment increased in May. But when the definition of old is expanded to include 55, employment dropped.
Local health authorities Wednesday warned about imported cases of Covid-19, saying more infected people were entering Korea as foreign countries lift their lockdowns.