Although South Korea is a tech powerhouse with strong broadband connection and giant electronic companies launching new products every now and then, it’s still hanging on Internet Explorer as a choice browser (based from a 14-year old law). This states that Koreans must use IE for online shopping and banking.
The SK government has created and issued digital certificates among those that shared their personal information in the plugin ActiveX. If a new law could be created, Koreans could use Chrome and Firefox. Read the full version of this article.
Source: Business Insider