What South Korea’s Election Means for Its Technology Alliance With the United States
By Ryan Fedasiuk
Yoon’s election presents opportunities to strengthen the South Korea-U.S. relationship beyond traditional security concerns.
South Korea-US Economic Ties Are Changing
By Tom Byrne
Amid supply chain worries and high-tech competition, there has been a distinct shift in the tenor of the business relationship between Seoul and Washington.
Small Firms Will Determine South Korea’s Economic Future
By Yong Kwon
The chaebol spearheaded the country’s rapid industrialization, but it’s SMEs that will keep South Korea’s economy driving forward in the digital era.
Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations
By Troy Stangarone
The alliance is slowly changing to incorporate technological changes and challenges, which are crucial for the future of both countries.
Outlining the South Korean Presidential Candidates’ Technology Plans
By Sang Kim
The election results will determine South Korea's approach to cutting-edge technology like AI, Internet of Things, and the metaverse.
South Korea: Picking Winners and Losers in the Information Age
By Yong Kwon
Seoul’s preference to cater to established firms over smaller start-ups – or the workers themselves – will have long-term consequences.
Why Did Thousands of K-Pop Songs Disappear From Spotify?
By Jenna Gibson
Kakao Entertainment and the streaming service were unable to reach a licensing extension -- just as Spotify entered the Korean market.