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Naver ( [nei·br] Hangul: 네이버) is a Korean-language online platform of a portal type with its own search engine displaying search results in curated sections, such as news, images, video, shopping, and advertising sites. Naver is popularly dubbed the Google of Korea, as it is currently Korea's number one search engine.Where can I find Google in India?
Directions. Mumbai. 3 North Avenue Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra East Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051 India. Phone: +91-22-6611-7150. Directions. Seoul. Google Korea LLC. 22nd Floor, Gangnam Finance Center 152 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu Seoul 06236 South Korea. Phone: +82-2-531-9000.Why is Naver better than Google?
Naver simply knows Korea, and Koreans know Naver. It originated in Korea and was focused on the local context from the very outset. Naver's search algorithm is built around the Korean language, which helps this search engine deliver more relevant results than Google on many occasions. Naver often seems to provide better-localized results in Korean.What is the latest setback for Google in South Korea?
Still, Tuesday’s decision is the latest setback for the tech company in South Korea. In late August, the country’s parliament approved a bill that will allow app developers to avoid paying hefty commissions to major app store operators, including Google, by directing users to pay via alternate platforms.