Korea EPost is South Korea's national postal service, which is overseen by the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning, which was previously known as the Ministry of Knowledge Economy until 2013. Korea Post is responsible for postal services, banking, and insurance. Its headquarters are located near the MIC Building on Sejongno in Seoul, at the Gwanghwamun Post Office.With Korea Post Sets, the cyber marketplace offers items or services to users and allows them to exchange with one another through information technology. The cyber post portal site provides convenient and secure post services such as postal, shipping, EMS, shopping, and open markets that give services from the post office through the internet without having to visit the post office. The ePOST provides an integrated account (ID and password) that can be used to access ePOST services, and it plans to develop additional services in the near future that combine information technology to continuously improve customer service and achieve the new post office model in the internet age. There is a nonstop service substitute for the post office available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and Post-Net has a variety of commercial connections. If the internet is available, you can use ePOST at any time and from any location, thus there are no time or space constraints.The Internet Post Office (www.epost.go.kr) provides postal services such as parcels, EMS (International Express), shopping, e-green mail, and congratulations cards to customers via the Internet at any time and from any location without them having to go to the post office. It's an online post office that's been set up for public usage. Through the smartphone app and mobile web, you may use postal services like as parcels, EMS (International Express), shopping, congratulations and congratulatory cards, and delivery inquiry (m.epost.go.kr).

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