Terms of Service (for individual members)

  • Article 1. (Purpose)

    The purpose of the Terms of Service is to prescribe the terms and conditions of use, procedures, rights, obligations, responsibilities, etc. between Funday Korea Networks (hereinafter referred to as “Company”) and the members of the “Company” in using JobpassKora (hereinafter referred to as “Services”).

  • Article 2. (Definition of terms)

    The definitions of terms used in this Terms of Service are as follows.

    • The term “Website” refers to a virtual place of business set by computers or any information and communication equipment to provide service to “Members” or a website, mobile web, application, or any media providing service operated by a company. The term refers to the following websites where services are provided with the use of one integrated member account (ID and password).

      • - www.jobpasskorea.com

      • - m.jobpasskorea.co.kr

      • - Google app store jobpasskorea application

      • - Apple app store jobpasskorea application

    • The term “Service” refers to all services provided by the website and services that provide information by classifying and aggregating data registered by individuals, databased by its different purposes such as job search, education, etc. through the website operated by the company.

    • The term “Member” refers to a person who uses services provided by the “Company” or intends to do so. The term encompasses a person who has signed or intends to sign a contract with the “Company” through external service connections such as Facebook, etc., and an “Individual member” who has set up IDs, passwords, and other membership registration processes, and a person who the company has acknowledged as a member through a confirmation email.

    • The term “ID” refers to a combination of letters and numbers selected by the “Member” and granted by the “Company” during registration, for the purpose of identification and use of services.

    • The term “Password” refers to a combination of letters and numbers selected by the “Member” to confirm that the member is the same person as the one who was granted the ID during registration in pursuant to paragraph 4. above and protect the rights of the “Member”.

    • The term “Non-member” refers to a person who uses or intends to use services provided by the “Company” without going through the membership registration process.

  • Article 3. (Specification and revision of Terms of Service)

    • The “Company” shall post the content of the Terms of Service, company name, address, name of CEO, business registration number, contact number, etc. on the front page of the website visible to “Members” or notify “Members” through a different way.

    • The “Company” "may revise the Terms of Service to the extent that they do not violate relevant regulations such as the Act on the Regulation of Terms and Conditions, the Telecommunications Act, the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.

    • Shall the “Company” revise the Terms of Service, it shall publicly announce the effective date and the reasons behind the revision, along with the current Terms of Service, from seven days before the effective date until the effective date. However, in the case where the revised content has a significant impact on the rights and obligations of the “Member”, notifications should start 30 days prior to the effective date.

    • The “Member” has the right to refuse the revised Terms of Service. The “Member” may express their intention of refusal within 15 days after the announcement of revision has been made. In case a “Member” refuses, the “Company” that provides the service may terminate the contract with the “member” after prior notice with a fixed period of 15 days. If a “Member” does not express his/her intention to refuse, or uses the “Service” after the effective date pursuant to the preceding paragraph, the member is deemed to have agreed.

  • Article 4. (Interpretation of Terms of Service)

    • Matters not prescribed in these Terms of Service shall be governed by the relevant regulations such as the Act on the Regulation of Terms and Conditions, the Telecommunications Act, the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information, etc.

    • In the case where terms and conditions for both the website and service exist, the Terms of Service shall prevail.

    • In the case where the “Company” signs an individual contract with a “Member” and uses its services, the individual contract shall prevail.

  • Article 5. (Establishment of service contract)

    • The “Company’s” service contract (hereinafter referred to as “Service Contract”) shall regard that a member has agreed to these terms if a person who intends to use the service presses the “agree” or “confirm” button after reading the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

    • In applying for paragraph (1), the “Company” may request the verification of the real name and identity through a specialized institution according to the type of “Member”, and the “Member” shall provide the name, date of birth, contact information, etc. necessary for authentication.

    • The service contract is completed when a “Member” makes a request of use (membership application), and the “Company” notifies the “Member” through the web and email.

    • In the case where the service contract is applied through external services such as Facebook, etc., the contract is established when the member presses “agree”” or “confirm” to grant access for the “Company” to access and use the “Member’s” account information of the external service to provide these terms, the Privacy Policy, and further services, and the “Company” notifies the “Member” through web and email.

  • Article 6. (Approval and restrictions of service application)

    • By principle, the “Company” shall approve the use of services by order of request if there are no technological or business-related problems in regard to the member’s service application caused by the regulation in the preceding paragraph.
    • The “Company” shall not approve the use of services in the following cases.
      • The application was made using the name of another person or not the member’s real name
      • The content of the service contract was falsely input or the content requested by the “Company” is not input
      • The application was made by a child under the age of 15
      • The application cannot be approved for reasons attributable to the member or the application was made while violating other various matters
    • The “Company” may withhold its approval until the reasons for approval restrictions are resolved under the following cases.
      • The “Company” does not have enough equipment
      • The “Company” has a technical impediment
      • Service cannot be approved due to other reasons attributable to the “Company”
  • Article 7. (Details of service)

    • The “Company” may provide services under Article 2. (2), and the details are as follows

      • Resume registration and human resources information posting service
      • Online job application service
      • Headhunting/Outsourcing service
      • Recruiting/Job hunting related service
      • Education-related service
      • Service related to interaction and communication between members
      • Service related to data transaction
      • Any other service the “Company” provides the “Members” through additional development, editing, reorganization, or partnership agreements
    • If needed, the “Company” may add or modify the details of the service. Yet, in this case, the “Company” must notify the “Member” about the changes and additions.

  • Article 8. (Member and resume information)

    • Resumes of a “Member” shall be registered and provided in the form wanted by each individual when they register as a member or write and edit a resume.
    • The “Company” must offer the “Member” the choice to freely select whether to register/unregister their resume information and whether to provide contact information on their resume.
    • If a “Member” wishes to register and provide resume information, the “Company” may take that the member has agreed to have corporate members view their resume and offer various positions, and may offer paid services to corporate members to view resumes. However, if each item of contacts is privatized, the respective information cannot be disclosed.
    • The “Website” administrator may view resume information for testing and monitoring purposes to provide stable services.
    • The “Company” may use the information on resumes that were chosen to be registered and provided by “Members” as developed, edited, reorganized statistical data to provide more beneficial services.
  • Article 9. (Services through affiliation)

    • The “Company” may provide services where resume information of “Members” registered on the website can be access through other affiliated websites, job fairs, or offline media such as newspaper and magazines. However, contact information on resumes to be exposed through affiliated services will be provided based on whether or not the “Members” chose to disclose contact information when registering a resume.
    • The “Company” must notify that information may be registered on other websites and media through affiliations, and must ensure that the list of affiliated websites can be accessed on the website at all times. However, the list of media established by being provided in xml and api form instead of the “Company” directly establishing it, an affiliations list should be available to view separately from this Terms of Service.
    • The “Company” shall provide resume information to other affiliated websites only for resumes that “Members” have requested to disclose. (There are no affiliated websites or media as of the effective date of this Terms of Service)
    • In the event that website changes are made through paragraph (3) of this article, it shall be notified through a notice before processing.
  • Article 10. (Service charge)

    • “Member” registration and resume uploads are free of charge. However, services other than the purpose of registering as a member such as services to expose resumes more effectively to companies, personality and aptitude tests, educational services, etc. may be provided as paid services.
    • The “Company” shall notify charges through the website if it is to offer paid services.
    • Depending on the type and period of service, the “Company” may change the service charge without prior notice. However, the amount applied or contracted prior to the change shall not be applied retrospectively.
  • Article 11. (Refund of service charge)

    • The “Company” shall refund service charges in the following cases. However, the refund conditions may vary depending on the reasons attributable to each party.

      • In the case where the use of paid services has not begun

      • In the case where service is unavailable due to network or system failure

      • In the case where the service is canceled due to the “Member’s” circumstances after applying for a paid service

    • In the cases of Article.19 of the Terms of Service, “Member’s” account deletion/suspension of service/data deletion, the “Company” shall not refund service charges to the “Member”, and may separately charge the “Member” for damages.

    • Members who wish to receive a refund must request it through the Customer Service Center.

    • If the “Company” determines that the request meets the refund requirements, in accordance with refund guidelines of each service, the balance deducted based on the service period from the service charge at the time of the contract will be refunded.

  • Article 12. (Service hours)

    • The “Company” shall provide 24/7 service unless in extenuating circumstances. However, the “Company” may separately determine operating hours for certain services by the type and nature of the service, in this case the “Company” must notify the operating hours to the “Member” in advance.
    • The “Company” may temporarily suspend services during service operating time to process and update data, maintenance work time for troubleshooting, regular PM work, system replacement work, or line failure, and if this was a planned process, the company should notify the duration and content of service suspension in the notice. However, if there is an inevitable reason why the “Company” could not notify in advance, notifications may be made afterward.
  • Article 13. (Suspension of service provision)

    • The “Company” may suspend the provision of services in the following cases.
      • The “Company” notified “Members” in advance due to repair and maintenance tasks from the “Company’s” necessity
      • Telecommunication business operator suspends telecommunication services
      • Other cases where service provision is objectively impossible due to uncontrollable reasons
    • In the case of the preceding paragraph, the “Company” must compensate for damages by extending the service period or refunds to users of paid services with a fixed period
  • Article 14. (Provision of information and Inserting advertisements)

    • The “Company” may provide various information seen as necessary for “Members” to use the service, for the purpose of improving the service and introducing services offered to members through email or letter mail.
    • The “Company” may post information related to services or advertisements on the service page, homepage, email, etc., and the “Member” who received an email with an advertisement may refuse to receive it.
    • The “Company” shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused by the “Member’s” participation, communication and transaction through promotional activities of advertisers through this service or content posted on the service.
    • “Members” of this service will be considered to have agreed to advertisement publication being exposed when using the service.
  • Article 15. (Responsibility of data content and authority of the “Company” to modify information)

    • Data content refers to the personal information, resume, and posts on the website registered by the “Member”.
    • The “Member” shall faithfully write data content and post based on facts, and the “Member” will be liable for any responsibility caused by incorrect or inaccurate information.
    • In principle, all content data should be written and managed by the “Member”, but even if the “Member” entrusts or substitutes the process due to circumstances, the “Member” is responsible for the content, and the “Member” should make an effort to regularly check their data and manage it accurately at all times.
    • The “Company” can modify data content registered by the “Member” any time if there are misspelled, dislocated, or socially unacceptable content.
    • If a request for deletion is received by another person (or another corporation) for false information and defamation caused by content registered by the “Member”, the “Company”" may delete the data without prior notice to the “Member” and notify through methods such as mail after deletion.
  • Article 16. (Utilization and handling of data content)

    • Information selected and input by a “Member” may be utilized and constructed into data of employment statistics and related trends, and may be provided to media for media distribution or affiliates. However, it shall be in a form where it is impossible to identify an individual.
    • In accordance with Article 8 paragraph 3, a “Member’s” resume information viewed by a corporate member through proper procedures on the “Website” becomes that company’s personnel data and the related management rights shall be governed by the policies of the relevant company.
    • The “Company” may provide “Members” with various statistical data of job seekers applying for recruitment notices provided by corporate members and whether “Member” who applied through the “Website’s” job application system chose to disclose their resume or not.
  • Article. 17. (Obligation of the “Company”)

    • The “Company” shall endeavor to provide service in a continuous and stable manner as prescribed by these Terms of Service.
    • The “Company” shall deal with complaints related to service immediately, and if they cannot be attended to immediately, the reason and processing schedule should be notified to the “Member” through the service screen or other methods.
    • The “Company” shall preserve transaction information related to paid services for at least one year. However, exceptions shall be made to users who do not have memberships
    • If services are interrupted by natural disasters, unforeseen events, and system failures, the “Company” is not liable for damages. Yet, the “Company” is obliged to makes its best efforts to restore data and provide normal service.
    • If data of a “Member” is provided or shown to a third party for purposes other than the services, it is mandatory to receive the “Member’s” consent.
  • Article 18. (Obligation of a “Member”)

    • “Members” shall comply with the matters informed in relevant regulations, this Terms of Service, and other guidelines provided by the “Company”, and shall not engage in any acts that interfere with the work of the “Company”.
    • The moment a “Member” registers or applies for a paid service, the “Member” forms a claim-obligation relationship with the “Company”, and shall pay related fees within the designated date.
    • In case the “Member” uses a credit card for payment, the member is responsible for the loss of information including passwords. However, if the loss of information was caused by defects in the “Website”, this shall not fall under the obligation of the “Member”.
    • “Members” shall not copy, duplicate, translate, publish, broadcast or otherwise use or provide information obtained by using the “Company’s” service to another person without the prior consent from the “Company”.
    • “Members” shall not use this service for purposes other than employment and career management, and shall not engage in the following acts while using the service.
      • Fraudulent use of another member’s ID
      • Any act with criminal intent or related to other criminal acts
      • Defaming or damaging another person’s reputation
      • Violation of intellectual property rights of another person
      • Hacking or spreading a virus
      • Continuously sending certain content such as advertising information against other’s will
      • Interfering with or likely to interfere with stable operation of service
      • Using information and services on the website for commercial activities
      • Other acts harming good customs, damaging public order, and violating relevant regulations
  • Article 19. (“Member’s” account deletion/suspension of service/data deletion)

    • “Members” may request to terminate the service contract at any time through the Customer Service Center or the account deletion menu in order to cancel membership and withdraw resumes, and the “Company” shall handle it as prescribed by the relevant law.
    • The “Company” may delete an account, suspend services, delete resumes without prior consent in the following cases.
      • Member fails to faithfully fulfill the obligations
      • Member fails to pay to prescribed fee for using paid services
      • Social controversy arises by utilizing information in areas that are not suitable for the purpose of the service
      • Information registered by a member is incorrect or manipulated
      • A company or third party is defamed in connection to this service
      • When any other reason falling under the above cases occurs
    • If the “Member” is unable to receive normal service while using a paid service for reasons attributable to the “Company”, the “Member” may request a service termination. For paid services with a fixed period, the “Company” should calculate the number of days the service was used until the termination date and by applying a daily basis, deduct the used amount and refund the rest. For paid services with fixed number of uses, calculate the number of uses based on a per use amount and the amount of use shall be deducted and refunded.
    • The “Company” shall comply with the 4. Period for retention and use of personal information of the Privacy Policy if membership is canceled.
    • If the member doesn’t use the “Website” for the personal information retention period selected by the member (1 year, 3 years, account deletion), the account may be converted into an inactive account, and be suspended from use. In this case, the “Company” will notify the member 30 days prior to the “Inactive account processing date” by one of the following methods: email, written document, or SMS, and shall the member indicate his/her intention to use the “Website” after
    • verification, the member may use the Website”. Personal information stored separately as an “Inactive account” will be destructed without delay after 5 years.
  • Article 20. (Indemnification for damage)

    • In cases where the “Company” causes damages to a “Member” by violating the Terms of Service or in regards to all its services due to reasons where the “Company” is held responsible, the “Company” must compensate for damages.
    • The “Company” shall compensate for damages to a “Member” when damages are caused to the “Member” due to the “Company’s” responsibility for providing incorrect or inaccurate information.
    • The “Member” shall compensate for damages in cases where the “Member” causes damage to the “Company” or a third party by violating the Terms of Service or any reason where the “Member” is responsible.
    • The “Company” shall not be liable to compensation in cases where another member (including individual members and corporate members) is responsible for causing damage to a “Member”.
  • Article 21. (Prohibition on transfer)

    The “Member” cannot transfer, lend, or provide their service rights to a third party.

  • Article 22. (Adjustment of service charge errors)

    The “Company” shall take the following measures at the request of a “Member” or at the prior notice of the “Company” in cases where there is an error regarding the service charge.

    • For overpaid charges, the amount overpaid shall be refunded. However, shall the “Member” agree, the amount shall be deducted from the amount to be charged the next month.
    • If a “Member” who is to receive a refund has overpaid fees, this amount will be deducted first from the amount to be returned.
    • The “Company” will charge undercharged amounts in the following month.
  • Article 23. (Protection of “Member’s” personal information)

    The “Company” shall endeavor to protect the personal information of “Members”. In accordance with the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc. and the Personal Information Protection Act, the company must state its “Privacy Policy” on its “Website” regarding the personal information of “Members”.

  • Article 24. (Consent to the provision and utilization of credit information)

    • In the case where the “Company” intends to provide or utilize personal credit information of “Members” acquired in relation to membership registration to another party, the “Company” must disclose the purpose and the name of the institution in advance and receive the “Members” consent in accordance with Article 23 of the Credit Information Use and Protection Act.
    • If the “Company” has the “Members” consent to provide and utilize credit information to another party with this service in accordance with the Credit Information Use and Protection Act, it is regarded that “Members” have agreed to provide information to credit information businesses or credit information focused institutions to use as data to determine the “Member’s” credit or to public institutions to utilize on policy data.
  • Article 25. (Dispute settlement)

    • The “Company” and “Members” shall make all necessary efforts to smoothly resolve disputes arising from services.
    • Shall a lawsuit concerning the same dispute be held, despite the efforts mentioned in the preceding paragraph, the lawsuit will be filed to the competent court of the address of the “Company”.
  • Additional Clause

    • This term takes effect from January 1, 2021