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Boxtation Privacy Policy

Boxtation Co., Ltd. (referred to as the “Company”) adheres to the 「Personal Information
Protection Act」 and associated laws to safeguard the freedom and rights of individuals'
information. We lawfully process and securely manage personal information. In
compliance with Article 30 of the 「Personal Information Protection Act」, we have
formulated and revealed the policy for processing personal information, aiming to
provide information subjects with guidance on the procedures and standards for
handling personal information. Additionally, this policy facilitates the prompt and efficient
resolution of complaints related to this matter.

Article 1 (Purpose of processing personal information)
The company processes personal information for the following purposes. The personal
information being processed will not be used for purposes other than those listed below.
If the purpose of use changes, necessary measures, such as obtaining separate
consent in accordance with Article 18 of the 「Personal Information Protection Act」, will
be taken.

1. Membership registration and management:
This includes confirmation of the intention to become a member, identification and
authentication of individuals for membership services, maintaining and managing
memberships, preventing illegal use of services, obtaining consent from legal
representatives when processing personal information of children under 14 years of age,
issuing various notices, and handling grievances.
2. Provision of goods or services:
Personal information is processed for purposes such as cargo transportation, contract
arrangement, product delivery, service provision, sending contracts/invoices, providing
content, offering customized services, verifying identity and age, processing fee
payments/settlements, and debt collection.
3. Grievance handling:
Personal information is processed to verify the identity of the complainant, confirm
complaints, contact and notify for factual investigations, and communicate processing
4. Personal information processing tasks:
We process personal information for the sole purpose of processing personal

Article 2 (Processing and Retention Period of Personal Information)
① The company processes and retains personal information within the personal
information retention and use period as mandated by law or within the agreed-upon
period established when collecting personal information from the information subject.
② The processing and retention periods for each category of personal information are
outlined as follows:
1. Homepage membership registration and management: Information is retained until
the withdrawal of personal/business/group homepage. However, in the following
circumstances, retention will extend until the conclusion of the relevant reason:
1) Ongoing investigations for violations of laws and regulations: Retained until the
investigation's conclusion.
2) Unresolved claims/debts arising from website use: Retained until these issues are
3) Exceptions not covered above: Information will be retained for up to 1 year.
2. Provision of goods or services: Information is retained until the completion of goods or
services supply and fee payment/settlement. However, the following scenarios may
extend the retention period until the conclusion of the relevant period:
1) Records of transactions such as labeling, advertising, contract details, and
performance, per the 「Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc」.
– Records of labeling and advertising: 6 months
– Records of contract or subscription cancellation, payment, supply of goods, etc.: 5
– Records of consumer complaints or dispute resolution: 3 years
2) Storage of communication confirmation data in accordance with the
「Communication Secrets Protection Act」:
– Subscriber telecommunication data: 1 year
– Computer communication, internet log records: 3 months
3) Personal information retention period based on laws and provisions: 1 year
3. Personal information processing: Information will be retained for 1 year.
Article 3 (Items of Personal Information Processed)
The company processes the following personal information items:
1. Provision of goods or services
– Required items: name, phone number, cell phone number, address, email address
– Optional items: Not applicable
2. The following personal information items may be automatically generated and
collected during the use of Internet services:
– IP address, cookie, MAC address, service use record, visit record
Article 4 (Matters Regarding Provision of Personal Information to Third Parties)
① The company processes the personal information of the information subject only
within the specified scope outlined in the purpose of processing personal information.
Personal information is processed only in cases falling under Articles 17 and 18 of the
「Personal Information Protection Act」, which include the consent of the information
subject and special provisions of the law for provision to a third party. Other than these
cases, the personal information of the information subject is not provided to a third party.
② To ensure the smooth provision of services, the company obtains the consent of the
information subject in specific cases. It provides only the minimum necessary scope,
with details related to the provision defined separately.
Article 5 (Matters Regarding Entrustment of Personal Information Processing
① The company may entrust personal information processing tasks to ensure smooth
handling of personal information. In such instances, the company will provide advance
detailed notice regarding the name and purpose of the entrusted processing company,
the scope of personal information being entrusted, and the duration of the entrusted
② When finalizing a consignment contract, in accordance with Article 26 of the
「Personal Information Protection Act」, the company ensures that the processing of
personal information is restricted solely to the purpose of performing the entrusted work.
This includes implementing technical and managerial protective measures, limitations on
re-entrustment, managing and overseeing the entrusted party, and defining
responsibilities such as compensation for damages in documents like contracts. We
actively supervise whether the trustee safely manages the handling of personal
③ If there are any alterations in the content of the entrusted work or in the entrusted
party, such changes will promptly be disclosed through this personal information
processing policy.
Article 6 (Procedures and Methods for Destroying Personal Information)
① The company promptly destroys relevant personal information when it becomes
unnecessary, such as when the agreed-upon personal information retention period has
elapsed or when the processing purpose has been fulfilled.
② In cases where personal information must be preserved according to other laws and
regulations, despite the expiration of the agreed-upon personal information retention
period or the fulfillment of the processing purpose, the company will transfer this
information to a separate database (DB) or a different storage location.
③ The procedures and methods for destroying personal information are as follows:

1. Destruction procedure:
The company identifies the personal information that requires destruction and proceeds
with its destruction under the approval of the company's personal information protection
2. Method of destruction:
Personal information stored in electronic files is destroyed to prevent reproduction, while
personal information maintained in paper documents is destroyed through shredding or
Article 7 (Measures Regarding Destruction of Personal Information of Non-Users,
① The company categorizes users who have not utilized the service for one year as
dormant accounts and stores their personal information separately. This separately
stored personal information is retained for one year and then promptly destroyed.
② At least 30 days before the transition to dormant status, the company informs
members expected to become dormant about the separate storage of their information.
This notice includes the scheduled date of dormancy and the categories of personal
information to be separately stored. Notification methods include emails or text
messages to ensure users are informed.
③ Should a user prefer not to become a dormant account, logging in to the service
before the dormancy status is implemented is necessary. Additionally, even after an
account has been converted to a dormant status, users can restore the account by
logging in with their consent and resume normal service usage.
Article 8 (Matters Regarding the Rights, Obligations, and Exercise Methods of
Information Subjects and Legal Representatives)
① Information subjects reserve the right to exercise various actions concerning their
personal information, such as requesting the company to view, correct, delete, or
suspend the processing of their personal information at any time.
※ Requests related to viewing personal information of children under the age of 14 must
be made directly by their legal representatives. Minors over the age of 14 can personally
exercise their rights regarding their personal information or do so through their legal
② These rights can be exercised by communicating with the company via writing, email,
facsimile (fax), etc., as specified in Article 41, Paragraph 1 of the Enforcement Decree of
the 「Personal Information Protection Act」. The company commits to taking immediate
action upon receipt.
③ The rights may be exercised through an agent, such as the information subject's legal
representative or an authorized individual. In such cases, a power of attorney as per
Form No. 11 of the "Notice on Personal Information Processing Methods (No. 2020-7)"
must be submitted.
④ Requests to view and suspend personal information processing are handled following
the guidelines of Article 35, Paragraph 4, and Article 37, Paragraph 2 of the 「Personal
Information Protection Act」. It's essential to note that the rights of the information
subject might be subject to certain limitations.
⑤ Requests for correction or deletion of personal information may not be feasible if the
personal information is specified as necessary by other laws and regulations for
collection purposes.
⑥ The company verifies the identity of the individual making requests, such as for
viewing, correction, deletion, or suspension of processing, to ensure compliance with the
rights of the information subject.
Article 9 (Measures Regarding Ensuring the Safety of Personal Information)
To ensure the safety of personal information, the company implements the following
1. Management measures: This includes the establishment and execution of an internal
management plan, the operation of a dedicated organization focusing on personal
information security, and regular training for employees.
2. Technical measures: Implementation of access rights management for the personal
information processing system, installation of an access control system, encryption of
personal information, and consistent installation and updating of security programs.
3. Physical measures: Access control to computer rooms, data storage rooms, and other
physical locations to maintain the security of personal information.
Article 10 (Matters Related to Installation, Operation, and Refusal of Devices that
Automatically Collect Personal Information)
① The company utilizes 'cookies' to store and occasionally retrieve usage information.
This is done to deliver personalized services to users.
② Cookies are small pieces of information that the website server (http) sends to the
user's computer browser, occasionally storing them on the user's PC computer hard
1. Purpose of cookie use: Cookies are employed to offer users optimized information by
recognizing visit and usage patterns, popular search terms, and ensuring secure access
for each service and website visited by the user.
2. Installation, operation, and refusal of cookies: Users can opt to decline the storage of
cookies through the option settings in the Tools > Internet Options > Personal
Information menu at the top of the web browser.
3. If a user chooses to reject storing cookies, they might encounter difficulties in using
customized services.
Article 11 (Matters Regarding Personal Information Protection Manager)
① The company is responsible for the comprehensive management of personal
information processing and has appointed a personal information protection manager as
follows to address complaints and provide relief for damages related to personal
information processing for information subjects.
* Personal Information Protection Officer:
– Name: Jay Lim
– Position: CEO
– Contact: 02-572-0704, contact@boxtation.com
② Information subjects encountering issues related to personal information protection,
including inquiries, complaints, or seeking damage relief while utilizing the company's
services (or business), may contact the personal information protection manager and the
responsible department. The company commits to promptly respond to and process
inquiries from information subjects.
Article 12 (Department that Receives and Processes Requests to View Personal
The information subject can request access to personal information in accordance with
Article 35 of the 「Personal Information Protection Act」 through the following
department. The company is committed to promptly processing information subject
requests for personal information access.

* Personal Information Access Request Reception and Processing Department
– Department Name: General
– Person in Charge: Jay Lim
– Contact: 02-572-0704, contact@boxtation.com
Article 13 (Methods of Relief for Infringement of Rights and Interests of
Information Subjects)
① To seek relief for personal information infringement, information subjects may apply
for dispute resolution or consultation to the Personal Information Dispute Mediation
Committee, the Korea Internet & Security Agency Personal Information Infringement
Reporting Center, etc. For other reports or consultations regarding personal information
infringement, please contact the organizations listed below:
1. Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee: (without area code) 1833-6972
2. Personal Information Infringement Reporting Center: (without area code) 118
3. Supreme Prosecutors' Office: (without area code) 1301 (www.spo.go.kr)
4. National Police Agency: (without area code) 182 (ecrm.cyber.go.kr)
② The company ensures the information subject's right to determine personal
information and strives to offer consultation and relief for damages caused by personal
information infringement. In case of reporting or consultation needs, please contact the
responsible department below:
* Customer Consultation and Reporting Regarding Personal Information Protection
– Department Name: General
– Person in Charge: Jay Lim
– Contact: 02-572-0704, contact@boxtation.com
③ Articles 35 (View of personal information), Article 36 (Correction/Deletion of personal
information), and Article 37 (Protection of personal information) of the 「Personal
Information Protection Act」:
If a person's rights or interests are infringed upon by a decision or omission by the
head of a public institution regarding a request (e.g., suspension of processing, etc.),
they may request an administrative trial in accordance with the Administrative Appeals
– Central Administrative Appeals Commission: (without area code) 110
Article 14 (Matters regarding changes to Personal Information Processing Policy)
① This personal information processing policy is effective from November 1, 2023.

Boxtation Terms of Use

Article 1 (Purpose)
These terms and conditions regulate the rights, obligations, responsibilities, and relevant
procedures between the Company and its users when utilizing the Internet and
associated services (referred to as “services”) provided by Boxtation Co., Ltd. (referred

to as the “Company”). The objective is to provide regulation.

Article 2 (Definitions)
① “Site” refers to the website (http://boxtation.com/, http://slickpay.one/).
② “User” pertains to both members and non-members who access the site and receive
services in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
③ “Member” denotes an individual registered as a member of the site provided by the
company, having continuous access to the services offered.
④ “Non-member” refers to an individual using the services provided by the site without
completing the membership registration.
⑤ “ID (unique number)” is the identifier necessary for the company to recognize
members and access member-specific services. It refers to the unique email address
chosen by the member.
⑥ “Password” signifies a combination of letters or numbers designated by the member to
confirm their identity against the assigned ID and to ensure confidentiality. Each ID is

associated with only one password.

Article 3 (Specification, Explanation, and Revision of Terms and Conditions)
① The “Site” encompasses the contents of these terms and conditions, the company
name, representative name, business address (including the address for consumer
complaint handling), phone number, fax number, email address, business registration
number, and information management manager's details. These details are accessible
on the initial service screen of the site for user convenience. However, the entire
contents of the terms and conditions can be viewed by users through a connected
② Before the user agrees to the Terms and Conditions, the “Site” provides a separate
connection screen or pop-up screen to ensure the user's understanding of crucial
contents, such as subscription withdrawal and refund conditions among the stipulated
③ The “Site” abides by various laws, including the 「Act on Consumer Protection in
Electronic Commerce, etc.」, 「Act on Regulation of Terms and Conditions」,
「Framework Act on Electronic Documents and Electronic Transactions」, 「Electronic
Financial Transactions Act」, and 「Electronic Signature Act」. The terms and conditions
may be revised as long as the revisions align with relevant laws and regulations, such as
the Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and
Information Protection, the Act on Door-to-Door Sales, and the Framework Act on
④ When the “Site” revises the Terms and Conditions, the application date and the reason
for the revision will be specified and announced on the initial screen of the site. The
current Terms and Conditions will be displayed from seven days prior to the application
date until the day before the application date. However, if changes are made that
disadvantage users, notice will be provided at least 30 days in advance, clearly
highlighting the alterations for user comprehension.
⑤ Revised terms and conditions will only apply to contracts concluded after the date of
application. For contracts concluded before the revision date, the previous terms and
conditions remain applicable. However, if a user who has entered into a contract
expresses the wish to be bound by the provisions of the revised Terms and Conditions
within the notice period and receives consent from the “Site,” the revised provisions will
⑥ Matters not covered in these Terms and Conditions and their interpretation are subject
to the Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, the Act on Regulation of
Terms and Conditions, Consumer Protection Guidelines in Electronic Commerce
prescribed by the Fair Trade Commission, and related laws, regulations, or commercial

Article 4 (Provision and Change of Services)
① The “Site” is responsible for the following tasks:
1. Provision of information on goods or services and the conclusion of purchase
2. Providing goods or services after the conclusion of a purchase contract
3. Other tasks determined by the “Site”
② The “Site” reserves the right to alter the contents of goods or services provided under
a contract in cases where the items are sold out or technical specifications are modified.
In such instances, the revised goods or services and their provision date will be specified
and immediately announced in the relevant posting area.
③ If a change in the service contracted with the user by the “Site” occurs due to reasons
like goods being out of stock or technical specification alterations, the user will be
promptly notified at a reachable address.
④ In situations outlined in the previous paragraph, the “Site” will compensate the user for
any damages incurred. However, this compensation does not apply if the “Site”
demonstrates there was no intention or negligence on their part.
Article 5 (Suspension of Service)
① The “Site” may temporarily suspend service provision for reasons such as
maintenance, inspection, replacement, or breakdown of information and communication
equipment like computers, or communication interruptions.
② The “Site” will compensate for damages suffered by users or third parties due to
temporary service suspension. However, this compensation does not apply if the “Site”
can prove there was no intention or negligence.
③ In cases where the service cannot be provided due to reasons like business type
conversion, business discontinuation, company mergers, etc., the “Site” will notify users
according to the provisions in Article 8 and will compensate users in line with the original
conditions presented. If the “Site” does not specify the compensation standards, users’
mileage or accumulated points will be reimbursed in kind or in cash, equivalent to the
currency value used on the “Site.”

Article 6 (Membership Registration)
① Users apply for membership by completing their membership information following the
registration form provided by the “Site” and expressing their agreement to abide by
these terms and conditions.
② The “Site” registers users as members based on the application described in
Paragraph 1, unless falling under any of the following circumstances:
1. If the applicant has previously lost membership as per Article 7, Paragraph 3 of these
Terms and Conditions. However, the “Site” may approve membership re-registration if
three years have elapsed since the loss of membership in accordance with Article 7,
Paragraph 3.
2. In the presence of false information, omissions, or errors in the registration details.
3. If registering as a member will significantly impede the technology of the “Site.”
③ The membership contract is formalized upon the “Site” granting approval to the
④ In case of alterations in the information registered during membership registration, the
member is responsible for promptly informing the “Site” of these changes through
methods like editing member information within a reasonable time.
Article 7 (Withdrawal of Membership, Loss of Qualification, etc.)
① Members retain the right to request withdrawal from the “Site” at any time, and the
“Site” will promptly process the withdrawal from membership.
② The “Site” may restrict or suspend membership if a member falls under any of the
following circumstances:
1. Registering false information during membership application
2. Failure to pay for goods purchased using the “Site” or other debts related to the use of
the “Site” by the due date.
3. Actions that threaten the e-commerce order, such as disrupting others' use of the
“Site” or engaging in information theft.
4. Engaging in activities through the “Site” that violate the law, these Terms and
Conditions, or public order and morals.
③ If the “Site” restricts or suspends membership, and if the same action recurs more
than twice or the reason is not rectified within 30 days, the “Site” may revoke
④ Upon membership revocation by the “Site,” the membership registration will be
canceled. The member will receive a notification regarding this and will be given an
opportunity to explain within a minimum period of 30 days before the membership
registration is canceled.

Article 8 (Notification to Members)
① When notifying a member, the “Site” may use the email address pre-agreed upon with
the member in advance.
② In instances where notifying an unspecified number of members is necessary, the
“Site” may substitute individual notifications by posting on the “Site” bulletin board for
over a week. However, significant matters influencing the member's transactions will be
individually notified.

Article 9 (Application for Purchase and Consent to Provision of Personal
Information, etc.)
① Users on the “Site” apply to purchase services through the following or similar
methods. When users apply for service purchase, the “Site” must clearly provide the
following information:
1. Search and selection of goods, etc.
2. Input of recipient's name, address, phone number, email address (or cell phone
number), etc.
3. Confirmation of terms and conditions details, costs for services with restricted
withdrawal rights
4. Agreement to these terms and conditions and confirmation or rejection of the matters
in paragraph 3 above
5. Application for purchase of goods, etc., confirmation, or consent to confirmation on
the “Site”
6. Selection of payment method
② If the “Site” needs to share the purchaser’s personal information with a third party, the
following details must be disclosed to the purchaser for consent:
1. The person receiving the personal information
2. Purpose of using the personal information
3. Items of personal information provided
4. Period of retention and use of the personal information
③ In cases where the “Site” delegates the handling of the purchaser’s personal
information to a third party, details of the work and the entrusted person must be
communicated to the purchaser for consent. However, in cases related to contractual
service provision improvement and the purchaser's convenience, notification through the
personal information handling policy, as per the 「Act on Promotion of Information and
Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection」, can exempt the need
for further notification and consent procedures.

Article 10 (Establishment of Contract)
① The “Site” may refuse service applications as per Article 9 if any of the following
applies. However, in cases of contracting with a minor, it must be conveyed that the
minor or the legal representative holds the right to cancel the contract if the legal
representative's consent is not secured.
1. Presence of false information, omissions, or errors in application details
2. Minor purchasing goods or services prohibited by the Youth Protection Act
3. Approval of other purchase requests severely hindering the “Site” technology.
② The contract is deemed established when the “Site” approves the user, confirmed via
a receipt confirmation notice in accordance with Article 12, Paragraph 1.
③ The acceptance by the “Site” must confirm the user’s purchase request, the
availability of sales, and information regarding correction or cancellation of the purchase

Article 11 (Payment Method)
Payment for goods or services on the “Site” can be made using the available methods
listed below. However, the “Site” is prohibited from imposing additional fees related to
the user’s chosen payment method on the price of goods, etc.
Various payment methods include:
1. Various account transfers like phone banking, internet banking, and email banking
2. Payment through various cards such as prepaid cards, debit cards, credit cards, etc.
3. Online bank transfers
4. Payment via electronic money
5. Payment upon receipt
6. Payment through points, like mileage, provided by the “Site”
7. Payment through gift certificates recognized or contracted by the “Site”
8. Payment through other electronic methods, etc.
Article 12 (Receipt Confirmation Notification, Purchase Request Change and
① When a user requests service usage, the “Site” sends a receipt confirmation notice to
the user.
② Upon receiving the receipt confirmation notice, if there is a discrepancy in the
expression of intent, the user may immediately request a change or cancellation of the
service application. The “Site” must accommodate the request promptly. However, if
payment has already been processed, the provisions regarding subscription cancellation
in Article 15 will apply.

Article 13 (Supply of Goods, etc.)
① Unless there is a separate agreement about the supply timing with the user, the “Site”
ensures that goods or services are provided within seven days from the subscription
date. In cases where the “Site” has received full or partial payment for goods or services,
action will be taken within three business days from the receipt of payment. The “Site”
ensures users can monitor the supply procedure and progress of goods, etc.
② The “Site” specifies service methods, cost bearers for each method, service periods,
etc., for user-purchased goods. If the “Site” surpasses the agreed service period, it must
compensate the user for any resulting damages, except where the “Site” can prove no
intent or negligence was involved.

Article 14 (Refund)
If the “Site” cannot deliver or provide the requested goods, etc., it promptly notifies the
user of the reason. In the case where payment for the goods has been received in
advance, the “Site” will initiate a refund within three business days from the receipt of the

Article 15 (Withdrawal of Subscription, etc.)
① Users who have contracted with the “Site” for the purchase of goods, etc., may
withdraw their subscription within seven days from the supply commencement date.
② Users who have received services for goods, etc., cannot return or exchange them in
the following cases:
1. If the goods, etc., are lost or damaged due to reasons attributable to the user.
2. When the value of the goods, etc., significantly decreases due to the user’s use or
partial consumption.
③ In the case of Paragraph 2, Item 2, if the “Site” does not clearly indicate or provide
information restricting cancellation of subscription, the user's withdrawal of subscription
will not be limited.
④ Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2, if the contents of the goods,
etc., differ from the display, advertisement, or the contract, the user may cancel the
subscription within 30 days from the date of awareness within three months from the
supply date.

Article 16 (Effect of Cancellation of Subscription, etc.)
① Upon receiving the goods, etc., the “Site” refunds the amount already paid within three
business days.
② When refunding the payment, if the user has used payment methods like a credit card
or electronic money, the “Site” suspends billing or requests the respective payment
method business to cancel the billing immediately.
③ For subscription cancellations, the user is responsible for the return costs. The “Site”
does not impose penalties or claim damages due to the subscription cancellation.
However, in cases where the goods, etc., differ from what was advertised or
contractually agreed upon, and the subscription is canceled, the “Site” will bear the
return costs.

Article 17 (Personal Information Protection)
① When gathering users’ personal information, the “Site” only collects the minimum
necessary information to provide its services.
② During member registration, the “Site” does not collect unnecessary information in
advance for service provision. However, exceptions apply when identity verification is
legally mandated, and only specific minimum personal information is gathered.
③ The “Site” informs and obtains consent from users regarding the purpose when
collecting and using their personal information.
④ Collected personal information by the “Site” can't be used for unintended purposes. If
a new usage or provision to a third party arises, the user is informed of the purpose, and
consent is obtained during the use/provision stage, except where regulations allow
⑤ When the 'Site' is required to obtain the consent of the user under paragraphs 2 and
3, it must clearly specify or notify in advance the details prescribed in Article 22(2) of the
「Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and
Information Protection, etc. 」, such as the identity of the personal information
management officer (name, phone number, cell phone number, address, email address),
purposes of information collection and usage, and matters related to the provision of
information to third parties (recipient of information, purpose of provision, and contents of
the information to be provided). Users have the right to withdraw this consent at any
⑥ Users have the right to request viewing and correcting errors in their personal
information held by the “Site.” The “Site” must promptly take necessary measures. If an
error is requested to be corrected, the “Site” will not use the personal information until
⑦ To safeguard personal information, the “Site” must minimize the number of individuals
handling user information, ensuring protection against loss, theft, leakage, provision to
third parties without consent, or alteration of personal data, including credit cards and
bank accounts. The “Site” is entirely liable for any user damages due to such reasons.
⑧ The “Site” or any third party receiving personal information must promptly destroy the
information when the purpose of its collection or provision is achieved.
⑨ The “Site” refrains from pre-selecting consent boxes regarding the collection, use, and
provision of personal information. Additionally, it specifically defines services restricted
when users refuse consent. Services such as membership registration won't be limited
or refused due to user denial of consent for non-essential personal information
collection, use, and provision.

Article 18 (Obligations of “Site”)
① The “Site” must not engage in actions prohibited by law, these Terms and Conditions,
or contrary to public order and morals. It shall consistently offer goods and services as
per the regulations set in these Terms and Conditions.
② It is mandatory for the “Site” to maintain a security system to protect users’ personal
information, including credit information, ensuring safe usage of its Internet services.
③ If the “Site” causes user damages due to unfair labeling or advertising practices
specified in Article 3 of the Act on Fair Labeling and Advertising concerning products or
services, it holds responsibility to compensate for these damages.
④ The “Site” refrains from sending unwanted commercial advertising emails to users.
Article 19 (Obligations regarding member ID and password)
① Apart from Article 17, members hold responsibility for managing their ID and
② Members are prohibited from allowing third parties to use their ID and password.
③ If a member suspects their ID and password have been compromised or used by a
third party, they must promptly inform the “Site” and comply with any provided

Article 20 (User Obligations)
The user is prohibited from the following actions:
1. Registering false information during application or modification.
2. Stealing other people’s information.
3. Altering information posted on the “Site.”
4. Transmitting or posting information (computer programs, etc.) not specified by the
5. Infringing on intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, of the “Site” or third
6. Actions that tarnish the reputation of the “Site” or third parties or interfere with their
7. Disclosing or posting obscene or violent messages, videos, voices, or other
information against public order and morals on the “Site.”

Article 21 (Relationship between connecting "site" and connected "site")
① When an upper “Site” and a lower “Site” are linked by a hyperlink, the upper is the
connecting “Site” (website), and the lower is the connected “Site” (Website).
② The connected “site” must explicitly state on the initial screen or in a pop-up screen
during the connection that it holds no responsibility for independent transactions with
users for goods provided by the connected “site” and does not guarantee the

Article 22 (Attribution of copyright and restrictions on use)
① Copyright and other intellectual property rights for works created by the “Site” belong
to the “Site.”
② Users may not use information obtained from the “Site” for commercial purposes,
copying, transmitting, publishing, distributing, broadcasting, or other methods without
prior consent from the “Site” or third parties. Users must not allow others to use this
③ If the “Site” uses a user’s copyright as agreed, it must notify the user.

Article 23 (Dispute Resolution)
① The “Site” establishes and operates a damage compensation processing organization
to address legitimate opinions or complaints raised by users and to provide
compensation for any incurred damages.
② Complaints and opinions submitted by users are given priority by the “Site.” However,
if immediate processing is challenging, the user will be promptly notified of the reason
and the processing schedule.
③ If a user applies for damage relief related to a dispute between the “Site” and the user,
the dispute may be subject to mediation by a dispute resolution agency upon the request
of the Fair Trade Commission or the city/provincial governor.

Article 24 (Jurisdiction and Governing Law)
Litigation concerning disputes between the “Site” and users will be determined based on
the user’s address at the time of filing. If no address is available, it will fall under the
exclusive jurisdiction of the district court corresponding to the user’s place of residence.
However, in cases where the user’s address or residence is unclear at the time of filing
or when the user resides abroad, the lawsuit will be filed in the competent court in
accordance with the Civil Procedure Act.
Article 25 (Matters regarding changes to Terms of Use)
① This Terms of Use are effective from November 1, 2023.