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An increasing number of apartments and hotels are embracing service robots in South Korea due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has caught the world by surprise. Samsung C&T recently said that the country’s leading constructor will install guide robots powered...
Amid the novel coronavirus threats, South Korean companies are heavily investing in the delivery system as spooked consumers continue to avoid offline shopping. CJ Logistics, the country’s business leader, recently announced that it had launched a one-day delivery system under...
Missha maker introduces integrated online mall Korea’s leading cosmetics maker Able C&C, which operates the Missha brand, has launched an all-in-one online shop, called My NUNC.Com (www.mynunc.com). The Seoul-based outfit recently said that it had opened the online mall to...
Korean tire giant continues to push for R&D Hankook Tire & Technology, one of the world’s top makers of tires, goes all out to secure technological edge through pouring resources in research and development (R&D). The Seoul-based outfit said on April...
Cornerstone OnDemand to help users navigate COVID-19 The novel COVID-19 coronavirus changes the business world once and for all, as social distancing leads to educational distancing due to fears of infection. Most spooked corporations sit idle, but some agile ones move...
Start-up to help global buyers import made-in-Korea products The world is struggling to secure enough products to deal with the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, which has infected around 2.5 million people across the world. In particular, medical equipment, test kits, face masks,...
South Korean internet service provider faces lawsuit Netflix Korea has brought SK Broadband, South Korea’s leading internet service provider, to the court due to conflicts over network fees, according to the companies. The lawsuit came in respond to SK Broadband’s requests...
Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of memory chips and smartphones, will temporarily allow its employees to work four days a week due to the outbreak of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus. The Seoul-based company said Friday that its staffers at...
Even tech-savvy South Koreans typically purchased utomobiles face-to-face meetings with dealers. But the new coronavirus outbreak changes their behaviors. GetCha, an app-based platform to trade cars, said Wednesday that the number of applicants for online consultations in March more than...
Desk column: Why Korea's top food dlivery app suffers from a crisis Baedal Minjok was once one of the country’s most respected startup companies, and its founding CEO Kim Bong-jin was touted as an innovative entrepreneur. Every month, more than 10...

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