A round-up of South Korean technology, startup and funding news from across January, February and March, Q1 2022
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- Quarterly collection for January, February and March 2022
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- FoodTech: CJ CheilJedang partners KCell Biosciences for cell culture facility in South Korea, set to be the second-largest capacity for cell culture medium production in APAC
- South Korea: An intro to Avikus, working on navigational systems for self-driving boats, from large commercial vessels to small recreational craft
- South Korea: A brief intro to 20 of the more active venture capital and private equity firms in the country, based on 4 key factors
- North Korea: ‘Mapping DPRK Cyber Threat Groups to Government Organizations’ – an assessment from Mandiant
- Vietnam: South Korea’s Naver tech giant opens programming center in Ho Chi Minh City as part of its ‘Global AI R&D Belt’ technology initiative
- South Korea: Netmarble game developer unveils cryptocurrency and play-to-earn plans, including issuing its own token for in-game currency
- South Korea: Showcase for TIPS – Tech Incubator Program for Startup – global virtual accelerator set for February 16-17, featuring 10 leading tech startups
- South Korea: Gov’t to create database of chip engineers to monitor travel in bid to beat competitor poaching of advanced knowledge in 12 ‘national core technologies’
- South Korea’s Swing raised $24M, aiming to deploy 100K e-scooters, e-bikes and e-mopeds with interchangeable, swappable batteries, and installation of 200 charging stations
- South Korea: Zigbang proptech firm to acquire Samsung home-focused internet-of-things unit to make a foray into the smart homes space
- Paywatch raises $5.3M with earned wage access for workers before payday, with companies earning from employees via transaction fees
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