Gosu Plus, the operator of Dokliplife(which means independence life), announced on the 29th that it had opened English, Japanese, and Chinese services for global customers.
This service was introduced to help foreigners visiting Korea for work or working holidays find housing in Korea and make payments easily.
Dokliplife said, "Existing foreigners mainly choose Goshiwon(study room for an exam) as their first residence due to the burden of deposit when signing a domestic rental contract," and added, "The reality is that it is not easy to find a Gosiwon that suits you because of limited information."
He added, "We expect foreigners to be able to choose a safe residence through this service easily."
Sherry (28 years old, female), a Taiwanese woman who visited a gosiwon using this service, said, "I came to Korea on a working holiday and was looking for a gosiwon in Seoul. I was able to find a gosiwon that wanted an independent living app easily," and "Free food." "Satisfaction is high because it is provided and close to the subway station," he said.
Park Young-Eun, CEO of Dokliplife, said, "With the launch of this overseas payment system, foreign residents can now use the Gosiwon more conveniently," and added, "We plan to provide various services for the convenience of foreigners in the future."
To advance into the global market, Dokliplife has signed a business agreement with Creative Valley of France to extend into Europe.
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By_BK Min, KDFN