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Kakao to Expand Food Delivery Service

Kakao to Expand Food Delivery Service

SEOUL, Jun. 19 (Korea Bizwire) — Kakao Corp., best known for its ubiquitous smartphone messaging app, is expanding its recent venture into the food delivery service. Having initiated delivery service for select franchise stores as a third-party in March of last year, Kakao has announced that it is expanding its delivery service to include all [...]

Department Stores Bolsters Delivery Service for Lunar New Year Holiday

Department Stores Bolsters Delivery Service for Lunar New Year Holiday

SEOUL, Feb. 1 (Korea Bizwire) — Major department stores have put a large number of delivery workers on standby for the Lunar New Year holiday later this month, expecting better business after adjustments to an anti-corruption law, retail industry sources said Thursday. The Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 16 this year, and department stores, [...]

Uber Launches Food Delivery Service in S. Korea

Uber Launches Food Delivery Service in S. Korea

SEOUL, Aug. 10 (Korea Bizwire) — Uber Technologies Inc. launched its food delivery service in South Korea on Thursday, joining the country’s heated delivery service app market. The mobile application UberEATS allows users to select food from registered restaurants and deliver the dishes by its delivery partners, its local unit Uber Korea said. “Food delivery [...]

SNS-based Package Delivery Service “SNSQuick” Launched

SNS-based Package Delivery Service “SNSQuick” Launched

SEOUL, Sep. 17 (Korea Bizwire) – Social networking services that have remained as a means of communication are creating whole new business categories. The best-known example is Uber Taxi that can connect those who need to hire a taxi and cars idling in the parking lot. There is an innovative business model in Korea that takes advantage [...]

Delivery and Call Taxi Services Now Available in North Korea

Delivery and Call Taxi Services Now Available in North Korea

  SEOUL, Sep. 2 (Korea Bizwire) – According to Yonhap News Agency on August 31, “Jogook,” a monthly magazine published by the General Association of North Korean Residents in Japan carried an article reporting that the state-run First Department Store in Pyongyang has made an effort to improve its services. The article explained that salespeople in the [...]