The minimum wage will rise to 9,620 won ($7.40) an hour in 2023, up 5 percent.
President Yoon Suk-yeol named Cho Tae-yong, a former vice foreign minister, Korea's ambassador to the United States Tuesday.
A job half done is as good as none, the saying goes. Korea passed novel new legislation to try to regulate global tech companies and their operations in the country. But the laws have only done half the job. Netflix is refusing to pay so-called ...
The head of the National Election Commission (NEC) resigned Monday over poor management of early ballots cast by Covid-19 patients for the March 9 presidential election.
The Korea Broiler Council was fined 1.2 billion won ($972,000) by the Fair Trade Commission for colluding to fix prices of chicken meat for more than 9 years, the antitrust regulator announced Sunday.
The National Election Commission (NEC) on Wednesday expressed opposition to a planned probe of its management of the 20th presidential election, arguing that the investigation could "infringe on the independence and neutrality" of its work.
Korea's communications regulator said Tuesday that Google's new in-app payment policy will be illegal if implemented. The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) concluded in an authoritative interpretation that Google's new rule violates the ...
Representatives of labor, business and the public gather in Seoul to hold the first meeting on this round of minimum wage discussions on Tuesday. The Minimum Wage Commission, with 27 members, has to decide next year’s minimum wage by Aug. 5.
The embattled chief of the National Election Commission (NEC) indicated Thursday she would not bow to calls for her resignation, despite a joint statement by regional election oversight committees signaling their lack of confidence in her leadership.
Criticism on the poor management of ballots from early voting by Korea's election commission continued throughout presidential election day.