Secondhand marketplace: In South Korea, obtaining a used item through online platforms has been popular for the past few years but gained even bigger momentum since the pandemic. According to Job Korea's survey in 2021, more than 75 per cent of consumers

Internet cafés represent a big part of Korean culture. In South Korea, it is a place with hundreds of gaming computers stored in a compact space, often underground, attracting people to play high-resolution, heavy-engine games while sitting on a tall, comfortable

South Korea has promoted the digitisation of administration across departments. Earlier this year, the incumbent Yoon Suk-yeol administration promised to back the government bodies with digital platforms, renovating public services with emerging technologies. The digital ID program, where people can do ID

Subscription services, advertising, and free TV content are two pivots for increasing turnover. LG is changing and abandoning its tech footprint to become a smart life solutions company. The announcement came from William Cho, CEO of the South Korean company, who outlined the

Korean Twitter: Many have high hopes for the rosy future with generative AI. Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence that produces a bevvy of content, ranging from texts to images. A representative AI product that we might be

By Joyce Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - YouTube will launch its first official shopping channel for live commerce in South Korea on June 30, Yonhap news agency reported on Wednesday. South Korea already has a booming live-streaming commerce business led by tech giant

We already have seen robots serving coffee in some downtowns, but it seems like they are ready to diversify their menus. Korean tech start-up XYZ introduced a robot that can produce ice cream, of course, added with sprinkles of customers’

By Hyunsu Yim SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean hackers have set up a fake website that looks almost identical to the popular South Korean web portal Naver, marking a more sophisticated attempt to target users in the South, Seoul's spy agency

By Joyce Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea pledged support for its chip sector on Thursday, with President Yoon Suk Yeol describing competition in the industry as an "all-out war" amid heightened Sino-U.S. tension. Earlier in the day, Yoon met with about