Koreans Going Easy on the Booze?
A new brand of soju-- Korea's hallmark rice-based liquor-- with low alcohol content and citron flavor has created a splash and is accelerating change in Korea's binge drinking culture. From soju to whisky, more Koreans are now seeking a milder taste. The industry is turning out a variety of new softer recipes to keep up with the new trend in the drinking culture.
Present and future of electric cars
Tiny double-seater electric cars delivering delicious fried chicken have recently started roaming the streets of Seoul. In the city of Gumi, wireless charging electric buses have already begun operation, and there are plans to introduce electric taxis as well. Electric cars are beginning to enter our lives in various ways, so let's examine the current technology in electric vehicles as well as the remaining issues regarding their widespread usage.
Enlighten: Start-up with Enlightening Business Motive
Due to a proclivity for new gadgets and innovation, the mobile age now typically tend to dump their smartphones for newer and enhanced models in less than two years. The abandoned phone still has plenty of battery life – more than 80 percent – left. To combat this problem, a startup business has come up with a new gadget that can recycle old batteries into portable chargers that can recharge any devices with a USB cable. This is the enlightening story of a startup company whose business is to make better use of our wasted resources.
Does filling up at high speed mean more gas at the pump?
There is a common myth that claims pumping gas at higher speeds at self-service gas stations dispenses more gas than at lower speeds. The [Question Box] camera debunks this myth with an experiment and also provides money-saving tips at the pump.