Premium Talking Tips: Shared Offices Catch on in Tech-Savvy Korea

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Shared offices are fast catching on in Korea now that more and more work moves online and into the cloud while all that is required for a workplace is good internet access, a desk, and some company. Start-ups like Korea’s FastFive and the U.S.’ WeWork boost the number of shared office spaces, and even big corporations like Hanwha Life, Hyundai Card and others are jumping on a bandwagon. WeWork, the world’s No. 1 shared office provider, now operates in 21 countries and plans to open its 10th office in Korea in downtown Seoul near Jonggak Subway Station in early September. That expands its total available space to 15,000 desks.

-By Jo Jae-hee, The Chosun Ilbo 

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Article Source: The Chosun Ilbo 


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