Korea’s tech exports were third-biggest in the world

Korea’s information and communications technology (ICT) exports in 2015 were the third-largest in the world, thanks to mobile phones and semiconductors, the government said. According...

US Airlines Are Upgrading Entertainment and Food Services

Customer services in the air are going through an evolution. Many airlines are increasing their in-flight free services and their general service quality is...

LA Residents are Moving to Harbor City to Avoid the Ever-Rising Rents

Rent is rising out of reach in Los Angeles and many of our fellow Angelenos are moving to Harbor City, according to the search...

When one job just isn’t secure enough

Mr. Lee, a manager at a major construction company in Seoul, works seven days a week. His company job keeps him busy on weekdays....

Auto industry’s 2015 was mixed

2015 was good for Korea’s auto industry, with domestic sales hitting a record. But the year saw its share of troubles as well. Domestic sales...

Save $68 Each Day to Buy a Home in Los Angeles

According to a research, you have to save 68 dollars each day for five years in order to buy a house in LA. Realtor.com conducted...

Economic leaders vow reform, growth for 2016

The nation’s economic leaders kicked off the new year by expressing determination in creating structural reforms and securing growth potentials. Choi Kyung-hwan, the outgoing deputy...

Craze for Mega Millions as Jackpot Hits $540 Million

Mega Millions, one of the most well-known lottery games in the United States, has reached its jackpot to be $540 million. With the hope...

Looking gloomy

A board at KEB Hana Bank in central Seoul on Monday shows the benchmark Kospi falling below the 1,900 mark for the first time...

Birthrate czar describes Japan’s approach

Japan was one of the first countries to confront an aging population and a declining birth rate. In 1989, Japan’s fertility rate fell to 1.57,...
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