So you’re looking for a place to live in Korea…
There are at least 6 standard options and a wide range of rental rates to choose from.
What you first need to know is the rental system in Korea is, well a little different than what you’re used to.
They have different terms and different rental agreements based on how much money you have for rent.
Watch this 4 minute video to get up to speed on the Korean rental market terms, types of places to rent, and which one works for you.
Here’s a glance of what you’ll learn in this 4 minute video:
- How likely can you own a property in Korea, what are your options, and what can you get with your money
- What’s a Bu-Dong-San and what they can and can’t do for you
- What is Chon-Sey and what you need to know
- What is Bo-Jeung-Keum and how is it different from Chon-Sey
- What are the pros and cons of Chon-Sey versus Bo-Jeung-Keum
- What’s the price range for Bo-Jeung-Keum
- Should you rent a house, apartment, 3, 2, 1 bedroom, office-tel, house shares, or go-shi-won
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