A weakening won and a November rate increase by the Bank of Korea have failed to deter overseas buyers.
Bank of Korea raised its key interest rate for the first time in a year, choosing to prioritise heading off financial imbalances.
South Korean assets have closely tracked slump in China’s this year thanks to their regional proximity, export nature of economy.
South Korea's New Finance Minister Casts Gloomy View of Economy
South Korea’s Moon Replaces His Finance and Policy Chiefs
For some emerging market funds, Asia’s beaten-down assets aren’t yet cheap enough.
South Korea Exports Rise Most in a Year Despite Trade War
Vanishing Jobs Growth Spells Deep Trouble for Korean President
Bank of Korea Stands Pat as Trade Fights, Jobs Cloud Outlook
South Korea Plans Biggest Budget Increase in 10 Years
Worlds Apart: The Two Koreas After Seven Decades of Separation
Bank of Korea Stands Pat After Disappointing Economic Data
In the 23 years since Koo was chairman, total sales at LG Group increased more than five times to 160 trillion won.
North Korea Denies U.S. Pressure Is Reason for Denuclearization
BOK Governor Sees Need to Raise Rates When Possible, Yonhap Says
The Bank of Korea left its key interest rate unchanged on Thursday, as inflation remains below target.
South Korea Plans $3.7 Billion Extra Budget to Create Youth Jobs
#MeToo Engulfs Korean Offices as Leading Public Figures Fall
Kim signaled in China he’s willing to engage the U.S. about abandoning nuclear weapons.
Hopes for an easing of tensions on the Korean peninsula have jumped.
South Korea Reappoints Lee Ju-yeol as Central Bank Governor