The World’s 50 Best Bars were announced on Nov. 5, with London’s Connaught Bar clinching the No. 1 spot.
Like legions of other students around the world, kids in South Korea are struggling with remote learning, taking online classes off-and-on from home as the nation battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Seoul's city government will launch an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations about late Mayor Park Won-soon, who was found dead after one of his secretaries filed a complaint claiming years of abuse.
Many residents of Seoul, a city of nearly 10 million people, expressed shock over the sudden death of the former activist, women's rights advocate and lawyer who many saw as a potential presidential candidate in 2022.
Public health experts—including those at the World Health Organization—have warned countries against lifting containment measures too early, which could cause a rebound in new coronavirus cases. In Asia, where the coronavirus first hit, several countries including China and South Korea have experienced an uptick in cases after restrictions were eased.
In 1920, alcohol was famously outlawed in the U.S. Today, we raise our glasses with these six classic drink recipes provided by bars from around the globe.
Confinement measures have been implemented in 187 countries or territories in an effort to try to slow the spread of the pandemic.
A Singapore restaurant once again takes the top spot on Asia's 50 Best Restaurant List. Helmed by French chef Julian Royer, the French-Asian inspired Odette is housed in the citystate's sprawling National Gallery.
South Korea has strongly protested against Japan's decision to bar arrivals from highly affected areas and quarantine South Korean visitors from other regions for two weeks as coronavirus containment measures ignited a fresh diplomatic row between both nations.
A growing number of airlines have suspended flights in and out of China Friday as seat cancellations rise.
Robots are staffing airports around the world and performing such tasks as check-in, security and concierge services.
North Korea said it had conducted another test at a satellite launch site on Friday to bolster its strategic nuclear deterrence, North Korean state media outlet KCNA reported on Saturday.
An initial public offering is a signal of success for many entrepreneurs. But for Coupang founder Bom Kim, it was a wake up call to do better.
Ted Stimpson of Leisure Pass Group discusses his firm's business model of selling multi-attraction passes to tourists and its upcoming expansion to Seoul, Tokyo and Bangkok. He also weighs in on how the unrest in Hong Kong has affected sales for the company.
Bom Kim dropped out of his Harvard MBA after just six months and went on to build South Korea's most valuable start-up.
China's top diplomat, State Councillor Wang Yi, is set to arrive on Wednesday for a two-day stay, during which he will meet his counterpart, Kang Kyung-wha, and President Moon Jae-in as the two countries seek to improve ties amid a spat over U.S. anti-missile system in South Korea.
For Su Jin Lee, it was a labor of love.
Three of Asia's biggest business hubs have emerged as the world's most environmentally-friendly commuter cities in a new study by data insights company Kantar.
South Korea has gone through with plans to drop Japan from a list of countries receiving fast-track approvals in trade in a reaction to a similar move by Tokyo to downgrade Seoul's trade status amid a tense diplomatic row.
Investors await the Fed's latest decision on monetary policy, set to be released on Wednesday stateside. The U.S. central bank is widely expected to cut rates by 25 basis points.