The Korea Herald (Korea)

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - South Korea's retail, restaurant and tourism industries, which have been preparing to attract customers in line with the end of the nationwide college entrance exam, postponed their planned events after the government delayed the test by a week due to a rare magnitude 5.4 quake that struck the country, industry sources said Thursday.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - With many companies joining the race to develop self-driving technology, South Korea announced on Thursday its first fully automated shuttle, named Zero Shuttle.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Berry Bros. & Rudd wine director said that strength of S Korean market is ‘perfect’ for growth of wine business.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - A series of aftershocks occurred in the southeastern city of Pohang Thursday as the city is reeling from the second-strongest quake on record ever to hit South Korea and experts are saying that more aftershocks may occur in the coming months.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Volvo Trucks will continue to invest in technologies that enable its vehicles to be more  connected and automated in order to achieve its goal of "zero accidents with Volvo Trucks" by 2030.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Samsung Electronics Co. announced a reshuffle of executives Thursday as a follow-up step to the appointment of new heads of its major business divisions late last month.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - With the North Korean defected soldier in critical condition, the public is wondering why South Korean soldiers did not return fire.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Regional anti-corruption conference for Asia-Pacific countries started on Wednesday to fight corruption and promote transparency.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Global gaming convention G-Star will be launched on Thursday in Busan, featuring more than 2,700 booths and bringing together some 650 game companies from 30 countries.

SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - WTO made a ruling in favour of S. Korea over US anti-dumping duties on steel pipes, but the ministry will decide whether to appeal the matter at hand.