By launching mobile MMO creation Iron Throne, leading South Korean game publisher Netmarble look to conquer new global markets.
One week remains before the #interkoreansummit. Kim Gil-sun, an ex-journalist from Pyongyang, isn't particularly hopeful. The North Korea she remembers was a dangerous place...even to write about certain kind of plants.
Amid regulatory uncertainty at home and high growth potential overseas, South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinone announces its expansion into Indonesia.
South Korean startup guru Lim Jung-wook of Startup Alliance tells KÉ Business about the latest trends on the local startup scene.
Air pollution is a serious problem in South Korea. Among the famous culprits is fine dust -- is it valid to say China is to blame for fine dust? Watch our environment editor debunk the China myth.
The new regime has promised two permanent memorials: the 416 Life Safety Park in Ansan, and the now-upright Sewol Ferry in Mokpo. On the 4th anniversary of the Sewol, what does the Gwanghwamun Plaza look like and how do citizens envision its closure?
What seems like a fight over minor failings of Kim Ki-sik, South Korea's new Financial Supervisory Service governor, has undercut the Moon Jae-in government's claim that it is morally superior to conservatives who ruled before Moon.
Can there be an even more democratic form of book sharing than the public library? Chang Woong, founder of book sharing startup Bookoob, believes the answer is yes.