Sejong’s public bike sharing system, called Ouling , can be hard to use for foreigners that don’t speak Korean. That is why I have prepared a comprehensive tutorial on how to use it, step by step. Continue reading
If you already registered for Sejong City’s Ouling public bike system, the very last step before you actually ride the bike is to actually choose how to do check it out. Here I will explain how to use both methods: through your smartphone or through your T-Money card as a ‘key’. If you want to register, follow these instructions. Continue reading
Sejong city, with all its new brand-new facilities, has baffled us with its difficulty and lack of practicality. But after today, I guarantee you will enjoy the city a lot more than before by using the public bike sharing system called “Ouling” (Korean: 어우링). This tutorial will show you how. If you are already registered and want to check out a bike, follow these instructions. Continue reading
So today, I will guide you step by step on how to get the Certificate, which is the first step in doing anything electronic in this country. The trusted agency, your bank, is the one that emits it.
This is the first of a series of articles where I will explain how to get online banking in Korea, how to get the infamous ‘certificate’, how to register and get the iPin, and finally, how to register and use the public bike sharing system in Sejong City.
This tutorial aims to teach you how to shop in Homeplus online website and get it delivered to your doorstep. This has been tried and done many times for the delivery to the KDI School Dormitories, so I am sure that its possible and that it does work. Continue reading
iPin is a username and password that allows you to use Korean internet services, either private or public without revealing your Alien Registration Card number. Learn what it is and how to get it here. Continue reading