Chery Kang is a correspondent for CNBC Asia Pacific. She is based in Hong Kong and covers Asia-Pacific business news across all CNBC programming.
Prior to joining CNBC, Chery was a prime time anchor for Arirang TV in Seoul. With close to a decade of experience, Chery has covered daily market news and in-depth reports throughout her career with Arirang TV and SBS-CNBC. She has interviewed various CEOs and business leaders in and outside of Korea. Her interviewees include personalities like former Bank of Korea governor Kim Choong-soo and CEO of Oracle Corporation Mark Hurd. Chery also covered developments in North Korea extensively, including the 2013 North Korea nuclear test.
Chery also produced and hosted Korea Report, a monthly news magazine on the Korean economy.
During her tenure at Arirang TV, Chery worked as the presidential correspondent covering major events like the G20 Summit, Davos Forum and Nuclear Security Summit. Chery was also the chief anchor in charge of setting the day's agenda for viewers.
Chery graduated from the Ewha Woman's University in Seoul with a degree in International Studies.
CNBC's Chery Kang has the update on talks between North and South Korean officials.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports on the latest developments of a North Korean missile flying over Japan.
The missile flew further than any other so far, reports CNBC's Chery Kang on North Korea's latest missile tests.
The state-of-the-art anti-missile technology may be a start, but it won't protect Seoul from North Korean missiles.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports the latest on North Korea's nuclear threat.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports North Korea conducted another nuclear test as South Korea and the United States consider further actions against the North.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports South Korea has pledged a strong response to North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports from Seoul, South Korea, on the North's latest missile test.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports on the conviction of Samsung's chief Jay Y. Lee of bribery and embezzlement. The courts have sentenced Lee to five years in prison.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports news that Samsung's vice chairman Jay Y. Lee has been convicted of bribery and embezzlement charges, among others.