The younger generation is working together to buy shares in art as an investment.
It’s been statistically proven that Koreans drink more than people in any other country in Asia! Here are some cultural guidelines.
Young Koreans are adopting habits to better handle stress and anxiety and are finding themselves more peaceful and present in their work and personal lives.
Artifact-inspired merchandise has brought a notable change in the sales of a wide range of goods.
Koreans have, for centuries, held a fondness for saunas or hanjeungmak / jimjilbangs. This dates back to the 15th century during the Joseon dynasty. In addition to their health, medicinal, and beautification benefits, saunas and public baths are an important social center in Korean culture and society.
Dyson technology advances thanks to Korean consumers...bringing innovation to cordless vacuum cleaners.
The Korea Materials Research Institute (KIMS) established a plasma technology base with Korea Technology Co., Ltd., to revolutionize the system for detection and removal of pathogens.
The city of Seoul installed in-ground traffic lights to protect the safety of pedestrians that are glued to their phone.
Korea has emerged as a global innovation leader over the last 10 years at CES - winning 139 awards this year.
Learn about the importance of “health” and the world leader in toilet hygiene management practices.
South Korean fashion is in the global spotlight. Hanbok, Korean traditional clothing, is being reinterpreted for the modern world. Updated designs and patterns have gained recognition in the fashion world. Learn more here!
I rode Seoul's famous subway system for a week to see if it's really the best in the world, and saw why New York will never catch up.
Urban air traffic (UAM) is emerging as a three-dimensional means of transportation and a viable next-generation mobility.
With over 20,000 users, Laundrygo’s successful implementation of an automatic delivery system proves worthwhile for investors.
A Korean university dropout turned CEO transforms a desert into an oasis of vegetable gardens.
The boundaries between business and society are disappearing and everything is more than it seems.
Some older brands are adapting their messaging to incorporate the voices of and appeal to a new generation of customers.