An ambitious renewable-energy project in Seoul will fit solar panels to 1 million households and every public building.
Government subsidies are helping solve some of the challenges that remain in bringing hydrogen mainstream.
This is an extract from Korean-American journalist Euny Hong's book The Power of Nunchi: the Korean Secret to Happiness and Success. It looks at the concept of nunchi: a "guiding principl...
The Skyship uses 5G technology to remotely control drones and robots in disaster zones.
The gender pay gap in South Korea is the highest in the OECD, with South-Korean women remaining under-represented in public life.
Contrary to popular opinion, North Korea is a country of individuals - people with ambition, ideas and aspirations. That's why making individual connections within the country is so impor...
Serious crime among people over the age of 65 is on the rise in South Korea, as seniors grapple with isolation, poverty and mental health issues.
Strategic balance is the new normal in Asia's cross-border energy infrastructure, writes Miyeon Oh, as countries attempt to avoid direct conflict in an era of great competition for power.
In 2017, North Korea seemed to be on the brink of war. Now, the threat has diminished and even promises to become an opportunity.
Conventional approaches consider real exchange rate undervaluation as a potential development policy tool.
In a bid to salvage talks between North and South Korea, Kim Jong Un has made a series of positive promises.
Kang Kyung-Wha spoke of a turning point in relations with North Korea, at the opening of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN 2018.
South Korea has topped a list of most educated countries, after it boosted spending on education. Canada comes second, followed by Japan.
The South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has announced a ban on selling coffee in schools in order to make children healthier.
A study estimates that cross-border economic cooperation between North and South Korea could be worth $149.9 billion over the next 30 years.