The Korea Herald (Korea)

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - The event took place at the Zaha Hadid-designed Dongdaemun Design Plaza in central Seoul from Monday to Saturday.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - President Moon Jae-in's approval rating has bounced back to 45 per cent after Cho Kuk's resignation as justice minister, a weekly poll showed Monday.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - BTS’ pop-up store in Seoul, called “House of BTS,” has opened its doors to fans, offering them a unique and exciting experience related to the K-pop juggernaut.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - South Korean mobile carriers, smartphone makers and financial firms have joined hands to simplify and decentralize the cumbersome online identity verification process.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Overseas investment banks JP Morgan Chase and Societe General earned a combined commission income of nearly 8 billion won ($6.8 million) from designing derivatives products sold mostly via South Korean commercial lenders that put investors at huge risk, data from the Financial Supervisory Service showed Monday.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Philippine Board of Investments Gov. Napoleon Concepcion urged South Korean companies to consider the Philippines as a manufacturing base, rather than a market for finished goods, on the grounds that doing so will boost synergy between the two countries.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Some 200 participants representing South Korea and the 10 member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations gathered at the lobby of Paradise Hotel, Busan, in the early morning of Thursday beaming with excitement about the second day of the three-day train trip across the country ahead of the ASEAN-Korea special summit in November.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - An orb with a set of ears, blinky eyes and the voice and speech manners of a chatty child is making advances in dementia therapy at a hospital in Seoul.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Egon Zehnder hosts annual Leaders & Daughters event in Seoul.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - The locations of about 40 per cent of South Korea’s military installations, including some crucial fighter wings, are openly revealed on Google Maps, a lawmaker said Sunday.