Counties in rural Korea are welcoming back migrant workers from abroad, who couldn't come to work during the year-long pandemic.
A total of 112 Uzbekistanis entered Korea a week ago to work across farms in Yeongyang County, North Gyeongsang, the county office announced Thursday. The Uzbeks came through an official program organized by the government to legally work in Korea...
Workers at a smart energy control center in Uzbekistan operate an energy platform developed by KT, in a photo released on Sunday.
Some 340 people who attended an Islamic event in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, have all tested negative for the coronavirus, health officials said Thursday, easing concerns of a growing cluster after six attendees were diagnosed with Covid-19.
At least six Uzbek nationals in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, have been diagnosed with the coronavirus this week, most of whom attended an Islamic festival in the city that included about 350 participants.
Health officials Wednesday said two more countries will be added to a list of foreign nations whose travelers need to submit negative Covid-19 test results in order to enter Korea starting from July 20.
SK Engineering & Construction (SK E&C) signed a $7.2 million deal with a state oil and gas company in Uzbekistan to modernize an oil refinery by boosting its sustainability and efficiency.
Korea and Uzbekistan on Monday vowed to speed up preparations for a possible FTA, which will pave the way for deeper economic ties and exchanges.