How did Korea Exposé become a startup? What are its goals and business strategies? Haeryun Kang, Korea Exposé’s CEO & Managing Editor, shared the story of our journalism startup with students from ASIA TOMORROW.
We’re trying to fill a valuable niche in English-language journalism about Korea. We want to raise awareness about a wider range of Korea stories that aren’t getting attention in other media outlets.
Curious about what KÉ is doing? If you have any questions, leave us your comments below!
P.S. Asia Tomorrow U is a program about social venture and entrepreneurship for university students from South Korea, Taiwan, Japan and other Asian countries. It’s organized by 언더독스 – Underdogs, which nurtures and educates entrepreneurs.
Cover image: Haeryun Kang (center, purple socks) with the students at Asia Tomorrow U. (Source: Courtesy of Asia Tomorrow U)