President Moon Jae-in named Friday Kim Boo-kyum, a former interior minister, as prime minister.
President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday appointed new economic aides in a reshuffle triggered by an abrupt sacking of his policy czar over an ethical problem.
In a partial cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday, President Moon Jae-in replaced Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha with Chung Eui-yong, former director of the National Security Office (NSO). The minister for culture and sports and...
North Korea overhauled its cabinet in response to the economic failures of the past five years during a session of its rubber-stamp legislature, state media reported Monday.
President Moon Jae-in met with ruling Democratic Party (DP) leader Lee Nak-yon over the weekend. On Monday, he held a luncheon with Prime Minster Chung Sye-kyun at the Blue House. Though details of the meetings have not been...
A number of Dongwon companies named new chief executive officers and announced other promotions.
CJ Group named new CEOs at key companies, including CJ CheilJedang, as part of its annual personnel reshuffle.
President Moon Jae-in on Friday nominated four new ministers, replacing his embattled land minister, who has championed the administration’s controversial housing policy for over three years.
Samsung Electronics promoted a trio of high-performing executives to president level in the consumer electronics and semiconductor divisions, acknowledging their feats in the respective business sectors.
Shinsegae Department Store reduced its number of executives by 5 percent while replacing 70 percent of its senior management as part of its annual personnel reshuffle.