South Koreans can Now Carry Their Driver's License on Their Phone: Is This Safe?
South Koreans will be able to carry their driver's license on their phones but certain security questions are rising with regards to its safety.
South Korea: A Look Into How To Hold Political Voting Amid Coronavirus Threat
The South Korean government has bravely decided to continue presidential elections amid the threat of the coronavirus with increased precautions
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Coming Back To South Korea In June
The refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices would pack in a smaller 3,200 mAh battery as opposed to the original 3,500 mAh. The first batch of the units will be launched via three carriers in South Korea as early as June.
Mar-A-Lago Photo: Criticism Over Guest Posing With Nuclear Briefcase
Critics of the president were dismayed when a Mar-A-Lago photo of a guest of the club was posted recently on Facebook, posing with the military aide who carries the US nuclear codes. Although not illegal, people are questioning the action.
Foot-And-Mouth Disease Hits South Korea, Government Confirms
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs in South Korea has on Monday confirmed the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease among cows on a dairy farm 180 km southeast of capital Seoul.
South Korea Orders Smartphone Manufacturers To Report Fire Incidents Right Away
South Korea's new regulations will require phone manufacturer to immediately conduct an investigation right after the submission of the explosion report.
South Korea Pays Women To Have Babies To Battle Low Fertility Rate
To rise the national fertility rate, South Korea pays women to get pregnant. Other incentives are also in place to lure couples to get married and start families.
Apple's First Retail Store In South Korea Is Opening Soon
Apple announced on Friday that a retail store is coming to Samsung’s home turf of South Korea.
South Korea Egg Shortage Due To Bird Flu; Kiwi Made Eggs To The Rescue
South Korea egg shortage will be addressed and alleviated by New Zealand.
South Korea Slams Qualcomm $854 Million For Antitrust Violations
South Korea's antitrust regulator fined Qualcomm Inc. for what it called unfair business practices in patent licensing and modem chip sales.
South Korea’s Limitless Energy Sets A New World Record; Details Inside
How essential is South Korea’s claim regarding the limitless source of energy? What’s the truth behind the country’s fusion reactor that can sustain plasma for more than a minute? Find out what authorities have to say
South Korea Raises Bird Flu Alert Due To Additional Cases
The bird flu virus is spreading to new areas in the central parts of South Korea since this year’s first bird flu case was reported late last month. Virus outbreak confirmed in Gyeonggi-do Province, Eumseong County in Chuncheongbuk-do Province and Haenam in Jeollanam-do Province this year.
South Korea Rejected Google's Offer To Expand Digital Map
South Korea has rejected Google's request to expand the digital local mapping data in the company's global maps service in a highly-awaited deliberation that divided the country. Google was disappointed by the rejection South Korea made.
BMW Tested Its World's First 5G-Connected Cars In South Korea
In a time where automakers are competing to be the first one to build fully autonomous cars, BMW is filling the gap by banking on the 5G network system.