The Korea JoongAng Daily was established in 2000 as the English edition of Korea’s leading daily newspaper, the JoongAng Ilbo. It is a publishing partner of the New York Times. For two decades, readers in Korea have relied on the New York Times and Korea JoongAng Daily to keep them fully informed about the news in Korea and the rest of the world.
Due to its reputation for high quality, the Korea JoongAng Daily has been named the official newspaper publisher for major international events in Korea such as the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in 2018 and the FINA World Aquatics Championships 2019.
The Korea JoongAng Daily holds regular international conferences of policy makers and thought leaders from all backgrounds and nations, including the Korea Economic Forum, Public Diplomacy Night, and an Anti-Corruption Forum.
The Korea JoongAng Daily is also continuously expanding its educational programs to expose young people to the inner workings of a professional newsroom. The Korea JoongAng Daily’s youth programs include the ESU KOREA Public Speaking competition and one-day journalism programs.
With decades of experience reporting the news with breadth and depth, the Korea JoongAng Daily aims to use the next decade to expand its reach through diverse platforms and collaborate with exceptional brands to publish content through print, audio and video.