startups in korea
The debate over censorship and privacy rages on in South Korea, with the country’s biggest mobile messaging provider caught in the center.
Korean-made beauty products are, to put it lightly, something of a big deal. Skin creams, moisturizers, makeup, and other products from the country are seen as ...
Korean startups are turning heads from major accelerators, but one key ingredient they’re missing could stop them from going global.
Some tips on how startups can present the right image to the public.
Korea has top internet speeds and mobile penetration rates, and an IT-savvy population. So why aren’t global startups thriving there?
Demand for Korean entertainment and beauty products has grown so much that we keep hearing the term 'Korean wave.' Althea is one startup riding that wave.
Creating 3D content for virtual reality headsets is expensive and time-consuming. DoubleMe turns 2D video into 3D models for free and in real time.
National Assembly lawmakers wanted to rake Bom Kim over the coals over allegations of unfair business practices. He didn't show up.
This startup in South Korea has flipped the concert promotion paradigm by letting the fans call the shots.
One security expert says that a diligent hacker could clean out every file on Send Anywhere’s server in 10 minutes.
Tree Planet is winning over consumers, nonprofits, and corporate sponsors while tackling hunger, desertification, and concrete jungle grayness.
A fish hobbyist and entrepreneur has named his first product Dokdo Tank - a smart aquarium that he hopes evokes imagery of the disputed Korean islets.
Korean startup Neofect has made a smart glove that turns play into rehabilitation for stroke patients. Its price could attract hundreds of thousands worldwide.
This startup wants to tackle Braille illiteracy and end the biggest discrimination issue you've never heard of - information discrimination against the blind.
Korean startup Yolk wants to show ordinary smartphone users that green technology can be aesthetically pleasing and ultra-portable.
A unique international acceleration program will see the winning Korean startups whisked away to Berlin for a three-month stint at the Betahaus incubator.
A collaboration between the two investors aims at South Korea’s burgeoning fintech scene.
Beijing-based VC firm Keytone Ventures, which joined Innospark's series B round, will help the indie dev reach further into the lucrative Chinese market.
Despite MERS scare, South Korea's premier accelerator attracts droves of entrepreneurs and investors to watch its latest graduating class.