By Seo Jeong Yun WIRED KoreaA rebound in price, albeit small, should be welcome news to Korean display makers that find themselves in a slump. But the display manufacturers do not pay much attention to the price increases, with market watchers predicting that they will be short-lived.The average pri
By Sunny Um WIRED KoreaJeong Hye-yoon does not remember when was the last time she carried coins in her purse. For a 26-year-old undertaking a master’s degree course, using coins for payment is a thing of the past.When Jeong is asked if she would like to receive change in coins, she shakes her head.
By Park Jun-young WIRED KoreaHyundai Motor Co. dedicated its first hydrogen fuel station in downtown Seoul in September last year. But the automaker’s plan on a hydrogen fuel station could still be held in a bureaucratic limbo had it not been for a temporary regulatory waiver.The automaker was the f
By Jeon Seung-min WIRED KoreaLAS VEGAS (WIRED Korea) --- A critical task for consumer electronics giant LG is to put an end to losses chronically sustained by its smartphone and mobility businesses.The losses are undoubtedly a humiliation to its new CEO, Kwon Bong-seok, who came here, leading the co
By Jeon Seung-min WIRED KoreaA woman, a tour guide, is smiling at me. She is so close to me that I can touch her if I extend my arm. She is walking with me in a Liverpool back alley. She is talking about all the memorable places in the maritime city in northwestern England.As I poke about here and t
By Jenny Lee WIRED KoreaImagine a day when drivers can reserve, order and buy everything on the go – including gas, parking, tolls, food, coffee and groceries – without ever having to step out of their car. This means paying for goods and services would neither involve handing over a sheaf of bankno