After Apple launched the first iPhone in 2007, Samsung responded with a drive to create world-leading smartphones of its own.…
Unstaffed convenience stores provide a glimpse at a possible future where instead of paying higher a minimum wage, companies invest in capital to eliminate jobs.
As if dealing with North Korea isn't hard enough, Donald Trump sticks South Korea with a request to renegotiate the FTA from 2011.
Kim Saeng-min's Receipts, a S. Korean podcast, is resonating in a country where YOLO is often advertised as the major consumer trend, but misleadingly so.
Call them what you want: mad bitches, nasty women. The women who comprise most of S. Korea's irregular workforce continue to fight for their rights.
A middle-aged professor found himself at the center of a social media furore after wading into the debate about Hell Joseon and inequality in South Korea.
After Lee Se-dol's stunning loss to AlphaGo, the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" has become an even bigger buzzword in S. Korea. But what is it? Is it real?
"We will fight to the death," a supermarket owner said recently, urging the government to do something. Moon Jae-in says he will; it's a tough environment.