South Korea has turned into an economic powerhouse, but it's mostly big conglomerations. How can South Korea become more attractive for startups, too?
Chatham House and the World Economic Forum hosted a dialogue on the dynamics shaping the security on the peninsula, including politics and food security.
Research suggests that the number of residents registered in South Korea has decreased from 2011-2020, while the older population grew significantly.
By 2050, the working age population in Korea and Italy will be around 80% of its original size. In Japan, the country most heavily affected, that number will be just over 60%.
The pandemic poses challenges for both Koreas in a changed global economy, presenting an opportunity to seek bold new initiatives.
Although this is the first time South Korea’s population has shrunk, the rate of population growth has been declining steadily for the past decade.
In South Korea, parcel shipments have increased by 23% due to COVID-19, but delivery drivers and workers say they've been left in a 'legal blind spot.'
The new US administration should help North and South Korea to cooperate as a crucial foundation for building trust.
Despite its world-beating internet, South Korea's move to online education has left many students and professors wanting. What can we learn from this?
Start-ups these days are spoiled for choice. Here's a look at 5 emerging global start-up hotspots - and the factors that make them so attractive to entrepreneurs.
Following the country's rapid and effective response to COVID-19, South Korea's GDP is forecast to drop by only 0.8%, compared to -7.6% for the OECD average.
From robot baristas to smart hospitals, South Korea is embracing services that minimize direct contact between employees and customers.
South Korea's success in containing the coronavirus has received global attention. Economist Lee Jong-Wha examines the historical developments in its healthcare system that made it possib...
Measures put in place to bring back soccer and baseball give us a taste of what sport might look like in a post-coronavirus lockdown era.
The South Korean government has released detailed advice on how workers can return to work safely, while reducing the risks of another coronavirus outbreak.