Herald is opening the future as a content and sustainable business group.

‘A company that hopes to change the world, a company with a new dream, a dream based on the love for mankind and nature.’ Founded in 1953, Herald is a company with its roots in media, and knowledge. Now, Herald is recreating itself as a content and sustainable business group under the vision of ‘Re-imagine.’

In the field of content, Korea’s leading specialist papers The Korea Herald and The Herald Business have long been breaking away from the offline frame to adopt to the online and mobile environment. The company has also launched specialized publications such as Real Foods, Superich, and Kpop Herald as part of the plans to transform as a ‘mobile-only’ media group. Herald Edu focuses on online foreign language education, as well as developing specialized education content that supports the development of talent, aptitude and character.

Herald has been making bold investments in the field of sustainability since 2012 with the belief that the group’s future depends on it success. The sustainable business is spearheaded by Organica and Biota. Under the belief that ‘within nature lies cure for humanity’, Organica provides natural, organic and whole foods. To become Asia’s leading provider of premium nature foods, the company has been achieving unparalleled growth since its launch. Founded in 2012, Biota has rapidly grown as a manufacturer of wide range of eco-friendly packaging materials including the Korea’s first locally developed biodegradable film.