UPDATED: South Korean people are returning to their normal life activities from April 20, 2020 as the number of new cases down to single digit, after keeping severe 4 weeks of social distancing. However, the health authorities alert the possibility of a bigger outbreak in the Fall, and in the long run it could last for two years.
Many parts of the world have been affected by COVID-19, especially the eastern hemisphere of the world. The South Korean Government has done significant work to contain the disease. They have imposed strict social distancing rules instead of lockdown. Korean society and daily life has changed quite a bit.
Our office in South Korea is following the advice of health officials and taking appropriate precautions in the workplace. They continue to support Export Delaware and Delaware small businesses by providing market insight, virtual meetings, and more. They have analyzed the market to provide insight into opportunities for Delaware exporters. Read their fully updated report here.
South Korea Market Report 1: Living the New Normal
South Korea Market Report 2: Returning Back to Normal Life