When visiting a foreign country for work or study, finding accommodations and communities is challenging. Korean startup Enkorwithus (Easy Korea with Enkor) is trying to make it easy for international visitors to South Korea. The platform intends to help foreign tourists and digital nomads who do a long-term travelling.
There is an influx of international students, entrepreneurs and tourists to South Korea, and the startup wants to provide infrastructure support for them. Enkorwithus aims at building a community platform for foreigners that offers services such as education and tourism based on housing services that can be used easily, conveniently and safely.
Enkorwithus currently provides foreign visitors services like reservations, quarantine service, taxis, mid-to-long term residences, and a community platform. It also 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 has over 350 residential places in Seoul that foreign visitors to the country can reserve. The company has signed agreements with the Seoul Metropolitan government, and academic institutions like KAIST and Sogang university.