Korean startup Enkorwithus, which is building a community platform for foreigners visiting Korea, has attracted an undisclosed investment from leading accelerator CNT Tech.
Enkorwithus is an exclusive service offered to international students and visitors to Korea for reservations, quarantine service, taxis, mid-to-long-term residences, and a community platform. It gives advice and suggestions to international visitors about co-living and co-working spaces, places to visit, events, and information about essential services like convenience stores, e-commerce sites, various transport services, etc.
Enkorwithus operates Enkor Stay, a directly managed residential facility with about 200 rooms in Seoul alone. It plans to expand its base to Daejeon, Daegu, Busan, and Cheonan, where many foreigners live. Jeonghoon Oh, CEO of Enkorewithus, says the company plans to upgrade the service with a long-term accommodation platform that connects domestic housing providers and foreign guests who want to receive foreigners as long-term guests based on Enkor Stay.
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