back to article South Korea's homegrown web giant Naver plans global growth push

Korean web portal Naver – which enjoys 18 per cent share of the search market in its home nation – has unveiled plans to expand its business product portfolio and secure a billion global users. Naver debuted in 1999 as South Korea's first local service combining a portal and search engine – a combo made popular by the likes of …

  1. ecofeco Silver badge

    Good for them

    There is still plenty of room for big players. especially if they are not moribund and have even slightly better customer support than the competition.

  2. Youngone Silver badge

    Too old

    To recruit consumers, the company will use memes and cartoons.

    Oh well, that's me left out then. I suppose I will get over it.

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