Must-have mobile apps in South Korea

Affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the South Korean government has had a series of entry restrictions and inspections for health and safety measures, reduced flights, and changes in visa policies. Major colleges and universities have also canceled or postponed graduation ceremonies, welcome parties, and other large-scale events, and required students returning to school are needed to be isolated. Some schools have centralized isolation in their dormitories, and students and professors who do not live in the dormitory will be required to stay at home.

This has caused many tenants to worry about whether the landlord will refuse to return or rent the house to himself. Don’t worry, during the validity period of the house contract, the landlord has no right to quarantine the tenants or clear the house. Of course, considering the landlord’s relationship with you, it is recommended not to go out for a while after negotiation or implementing home isolation. Although, the specific measures depend on the situation. After all, in extraordinary times, the entry and lifestyle in South Korea are different from usual. For the safety of everyone and the people around us, but also to maintain a good international image.

In Seoul housing, it is very important to conduct self-home isolation, prevent yourself from going out, have contact with other people and do a good job in virus prevention.

How to guarantee the quality of life in Korean housing? I’ve made a complete list of apps that you might need so you can avoid going outside of your home and bring almost everything you need right on your doorstep, and also get some great deals in online shopping.

1 All-inclusive shopping websites

  • Coupang(쿠팡)

Coupang is South Korea’s largest lifestyle shopping website. “Rocket Delivery” is its service feature. It can arrive in the early morning or during the day after the order is placed, and it is also delivered on weekends.

  • G-market(G-마켓)

Korean online shopping mall, the global version has Chinese and English, supports overseas delivery and Paypal checkout, suitable for couples who just moved to Korea, there are monthly coupons for membership as well.

  • Olive Young(올리브영)

The app version of Olive Young, one of Korea’s largest beauty complex stores, is available for online shopping.

  • Hwahae(화해)

Probably one of the most popular apps for beauty and skincare products in Korea. You can shop directly for beauty and skincare products, makeup ingredients, and see reviews and rankings of popular items.

  • Zigzag(지그재그)

Women’s online shopping app. Zigzag is one of the clothing stores that always have new clothes, accessories, shoes, bags, etc. in real-time.

  • ABC-MART Korea

This is the largest shoe chain store in South Korea, you can shop directly through the app and get great deals.

  • Joonggonara(중고나라)

The Korean version of “Salted Fish”, a second-hand trading website. (Friendly reminder: second-hand trading is risky, so be cautious!)

  • Ohou(오늘의집)

Furniture and soft furnishing shopping sites, partial ins style, there are many good-looking home furnishings. You can use your time at home to create your own warm nest in your