The following was extracted from a recent interview with me about how to build a business in a Korean company.
“How would I go about forming a corporation and starting a business in Korea?”
“We’ve actually got an interview on Korea Business Central with Korean accountant Young Ham that explains the nuts and bolts of this very topic. Basically, fees come to around US$1,000 or so if you do it yourself, or a bit more if done through an accounting provider. Setup is just a few days and with a lot of free consulting available to foreign investors from the Korean government, it’s not all that hard.
This is just a quick overview; we’ve got full details on all of this on Korea Business Central, including links to the free resources I’ve mentioned and the interview with Mr. Ham.”
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