Herald Edu is an education company that carefully selects native English teachers for Herald's six English villages in Seoul(Pungnap, Gwanak), Busan, Mokpo, Geoje, and Pyeongtaek. It also operates a school of continuing education for foreign languages for both children and adults.
The Junior Herald is a high-quality English newspaper for children created by leading international writers who have written for distinguished news agencies such as The Korea Herald, Reuters, and The Associated Press. This newspaper, geared toward adolescents (ages 10~13), aims to teach English in a fun, engaging way. The paper hopes to increase its idea exchanges with other English newspapers for children published around the world.
Herald Academy is an education company that is composed of Herald School (English academy franchise for children),
Herald NIE (English franchise for children focusing on English Newspapers in Education (NIE)), Herald English (English preschool), and KNEAT (National English Ability Test (NEAT) business), while also publishing English textbooks for schools.
Digital Herald is an education service company. It is a partner company of Herald Corp. specializing in English education and translation.
Digital Herald runs the 60-year-old Korea Herald Language Institute and operates an online Herald Campus that offers English education through Korea Herald news.
The company also offers ESCORT, a commissioned English education service for companies, and HSPI, an evaluation service for job applicants that focuses on one-to-one English speaking for interviews.
Korea Herald Translation Center, a subsidiary of Digital Herald, provides a high-quality translation service.