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The Seoul Metropolitan Government says it will launch on Sunday a new public Wi-Fi service in certains areas in the capital on a trial basis.
The free service, named "Kkachi On," will be introduced in the Seongdong and Guro districts first before expanding to the Eunpyeong, Gangseo and Dobong districts in mid-November.
Users will be able to access the service in most public spaces, including on the streets, in parks and traditional markets by connecting to the network "SEOUL" on their smartphones.
For a secure connection, users can choose the "SEOUL_Secure" network and type in "seoul" for both ID and password.
Wi-Fi on city buses will be provided on separate networks named for each route to ensure a stable connection, and to prevent signals from crossing one another and causing interference.
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