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Reporter : Lee Hyo-sik
Tue, February 27, 2024 | 13:49
French ambassador visits Renault Korea's Busan plant
French Ambassador to Korea Philippe Bertoux, along with key officials from the embassy, visited Renault Korea's Busan plant, Friday, the carmaker said Sunday.
Musinsa brings K-fashion to Tokyo
Musinsa, Korea's largest online fashion shopping platform, hosted its second Tokyo showroom event from Feb. 13 to 16, featuring seven brands - Glowny, Kijun, Rockfish Weatherwear, Rest and Recreation, Standoil and Cost per kilo, company officials said Wednesday.
'Korea discount' isn't going anywhere
As a retail investor who holds more than a dozen stocks of large-cap companies here, it's good to see the local stock markets have rallied over the past two weeks, fueled by President Yoon Suk Yeol's comments that the government will do more to resolve the decades-old 'Korea discount.'
It's inflation, stupid!
For years, it’s been this reporter's weekly ritual to go to a large discount store in the neighborhood for groceries and other daily necessities. It seems to be pretty much the same for most households here, except for those who have shifted entirely to shopping online.
Dyson vows to improve customer service in Korea
Dyson, a global consumer product tech company, has vowed to improve its customer service in Korea following a series of complaints concerning its hair driers and other products, the company said Thursday.
Nexen Tire earns 'Green Tire' seal from German magazine, Auto Bild
Nexen Tire, a leading global tire manufacturer, said Wednesday that its N’Blue 4 Season 2 tires have received the “Green Tire” seal of Auto Bild, one of Germany’s most prestigious automobile magazines.
Does news media have no future?
A reporter who had worked at The Korea Times for nearly 10 years recently moved to one of the country’s major entertainment agencies. He has his own reasons to quit being a journalist and become one of many who have left the press in recent years to pursue a new career in a different field, but his departure reflects the undeniable reality that the media has increasingly beco...
Busan Expo will help expand Korea's 'economic territory': KCCI chairman
JEJU - Korea will be able to further expand its “economic territory” if its second-largest city of Busan hosts the World Expo in 2030 as the nation forms closer ties with countries in South America, Africa and elsewhere, according to the head of the biggest business lobby here, Wednesday.
Bifurcation of golf ball rules has no merit
The 123rd U.S. Open, overseen by the United States Golf Association (USGA), ended in a dramatic fashion Sunday (local time), with American golfer Wyndham Clark winning his first career major title. As always, this year's third major championship attracted a great deal of attention from Korean golf fans. Many of them stayed up all night to watch PGA tour players give their bes...
Korea must overcome China's 'sabotage campaign'
We have only five more months to go until 179 countries around the world vote to decide which city will host the World Expo 2030. Government officials and businesspeople have been working tirelessly to attract the international event to the southeastern port city of Busan since President Yoon Suk Yeol took office in May last year.
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