September 2022’s end-of-month collection of Korean technology news from Startup News Asia.
This month’s Korean technology news summary covers ad-tech and martech in photo kiosks, Seongnam city’s metaverse and NFT moves, Microsoft’s new startup program for Korea’s upcoming technology firms, and more.
Each link below is a Korean technology news headlines, taking you directly to the article behind it, online, which you can immediately read in full – one click to the Korean tech news you’re looking for.
- Microsoft Korea introduces unveils new Microsoft Launcher startup program
- South Korea: Gov’t program launches to partner 9 multinationals including Google and Airbus to work with 270 Korean startups, aiming for global market entry and development
- South Korea: Selpic kiosks for printing and sharing smartphone photos at tourist destinations launched, seeing advertising and marketing opportunities beyond tourism
- South Korea: Google fined $50M, Meta fined $22M over privacy infringements in tracking consumers’ online behavior without consent, and using data for targeted advertising
- South Korea: City of Seongman unveils plans for a digital copy, Metaverse Special City Seongnam, with denizens accessing key services and information via NFT citizenship
- Korean Startup Showcase Silicon Valley set for October 11-14 with events in San Francisco and Palo Alto, showcasing 15 of South Korea’s most promising firms
- Download: ‘A Policy Framework For Blockchain & Digital Assets In Korea’ via Ripple (pdf)
- Korean Startup Showcase 2022 StartTour heads to Singapore from October 24-28, boosting visibility of Korean firms and solutions with sights on market expansion and investment
- South Korea’s Naver Z, operator of Zepeto metaverse, inks MOU with Thailand’s telecoms and digital services provider True Corp for Thailand-driven metaverse ecosystem