Yonhap News 6/27



Jay Kim gave a talk on ‘lessons from the recent state of leading corporations’ CSR activities’ at a CSR seminar hosted by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong on June 27. The purpose of the seminar was aimed at Korean corporations and Korean financial institutions in Hong Kong to form a shared understanding of the importance of corporate social responsibility.


In his talk, Kim introduced the history of CSR in the U.S. and claimed that Korean companies should participate actively in solving the biggest problem of Korea, i.e., its economic polarization.