2021년 09월 16일
Seoul sees record COVID-19 cases, but fewer severe cases thanks to vaccines
With the Chuseok holiday fast approaching, South Korea has reported more than 2,000 daily cases of COVID-19, with Seoul seeing the most cases since the pande
N. Korea's missile launches parallel those in March. But why?
North Korea’s test launches of two short-range missiles Wednesday three days after launches of a “new type of long-range cruise missile” over the weekend
S. Korea asks China for cooperation on inter-Korean relations
While meeting at the Blue House with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he looked for...
Moon calls homegrown missiles a "definite deterrence against North Korean provocations"
“We wanted to show the public that we had this level of ability,” said an official from South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense. The official was annou...
Kim Yo-jong lambasts S. Korean president for provocation remarks
Kim Yo-jong, vice department director of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) Central Committee, blasted remarks by South Korean President Moon Jae-in about th
[Herald Interview] T1 Teddy ready to compete at Worlds 2021
T1’s bot-laner Park “Teddy” Jin-sung is ready to give his all at the prestigious League of Legends’ world championship. After his latest appearance at th
tvN 'Hometown' to present orchestrated mystery with unique storyline
“Hometown,” directed by Park Hyun-seok, will premiere on Sept. 22 starring Han Ye-ri as Jo Jung-hyun, a woman searching for her kidnapped niece. Set in the
S. Korea successfully tests domestically developed submarine-launched ballistic missile
South Korea succeeded in launching its own independently developed submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) for the first time Wednesday. The Agency for D
Walking through gateway to Korea: Incheon
For first-timers to Korea, Incheon might simply be thought of as an airport city. For those often on business trips to Korea, the city might be associated wi
Try Everything: Corporate identity and people define startup success: FiscalNote CEO
Corporate identity and the people behind it define the power and sustainability of startups, according to Tim Hwang, a young CEO of FiscalNote, a fast-growin
S. Korea¡¯s fiscal deficit stretched to record high of $62 bn in 2020
The South Korean fiscal deficit stretched to a record-high of near 73 trillion won ($62 billion) last year due to the heavy spending to fight Covid-19 fallou
Carbon tax to weigh down economic growth, accelerate inflation: BOK
A carbon tax as a means to achieve neutrality by 2050 could eat into South Korea’s economic growth while adding to inflationary pressure, according to a rep
SK Innovation will not rush with EV battery unit's IPO: CEO
SK Innovation Co. in a shareholders meeting Thursday gave a go-ahead to its scheme of breaking up the operation into separate energy flagship and battery pur...
Samsung Heavy wins $717.6 mn deal for six LNG dual-fuel container carriers in Europe
Samsung Heavy Industries Co., one of three Korean shipyard majors, announced Thursday it has won 841.2 billion won ($717.6 million) deal to build six LNG dua
SK E&S to buy full ownership in Busan City Gas at premium to delist it later
SK E&S Co., energy unit of South Korea’s SK Group, will voluntarily delist its unit Busan City Gas Co. instrumental in its hydrogen migration after purchasi
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