Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade and affiliated companies.

Article 1 Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

1. The company processes personal information for the following purposes. Personal information processed by the company shall not be used for purposes other than the ones shown below. And in cases of changes in the purposes of the use of personal information, the company shall execute necessary measures such as acquiring consent separately in accordance with the “Personal Information Protection Act.”
(1) For job applicants: personal information will be processed for the following purposes - processing of the talent hiring process and guides for each step of the process, management of job applicants' application history, as basis for evaluation of applications and interviews as well as for determining the suitability of applicants, honorable treatment of and support for persons of distinguished service to the state, applicant pool management, processing and notification of the results of enquiries related to the hiring process, checking of applicants' information and determining of wages and benefits, preferential treatment of persons with disabilities in accordance with the Act on the Employment Promotion and Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, and checking of reasons for disqualification of overseas travel as someone with military experience or exempt from military service.
(2) For visitors to the offices: personal information will be processed for the purposes of checking visitor information, and support for parking fee registrations.
(3) For ethical reports (name disclosed reports): personal information will be processed for the purposes of processing the report, and for notifying the reporter of the results.

Article 2 Duration of personal information storage and use

1. The company shall retain and process personal information, either within the retention period notified to the user on the user's agreement of the use of personal information, or within the retention and use period in accordance with relevant laws. However, if the applicant requests deletion of their own personal information, the company destroys without delay all information excluding the information required to be retained by related laws.
(1) Personal information of job applicants: 180 days or less after the end of the hiring process
(2) Personal information for applicant pool registrations: 2 years after the date of receipt
(3) Visitor information: 1 year after the date of visit
(4) Support for parking fee registration: 3 months after the date of visit
(5) Ethical reporting (name disclosed reports): 1 year after the report is determined to be closed
(6) Storage of personal information in accordance with related laws
- Act on the Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.
Records of displays & advertisements: 6 months
Records of contracts and/or policy withdrawals: 5 years
Records of the supply of payments or goods: 5 years
Records of the processing of customer complaints or disputes: 3 years
- Protection of Communications Secrets Act
Records of website visits: 3 months
- Framework Act on National Taxes
All ledgers and documentary evidence of all transactions as regulated by Tax Act: 5 years
- Commercial Act
In cases that are specified in a comprehensive report during the report audit process: Preserved indefinitely

Article 3 Types of personal information collected

1. The company processes the following types of personal information.
(1) For job applications and applicant pool registrations
- (Required) Name, password, mobile phone number, email address, area of job application, desired compensation, previously received compensation, how the applicant came to apply, disability information, veteran information, military service experience
- (Optional) Gender, date of birth, nationality, address, website, blog, education, military service experience, transcript, work experience (career experience), description of career experience and experiences, portfolio, recognized language test results, language proficiency certificates, licenses and certificates, Computer Specialist in Spreadsheet and Database, awards, completed education history, academic and non-academic activities, referred by (if referred)
(2) For visitors to the offices
- (Required) Organization (company name), name
- (Optional) License plate number
(3) For ethical reporting (name disclosed reports)
- (Required) Name, phone number, email address

Article 4 Sharing and provision of personal information

1. The company processes personal information of users only within the range specified in the “Purposes for the collection and use of personal information.” The company only provides personal information of users to third parties in cases with the users' consent, mentioned under special legal regulations or the “Personal Information Protection Act,” and does not provide users’ personal information to third parties in other cases.
2. For the purpose of fair hiring processes, applicant pool registrations may be shared with affiliated companies for hiring processes in the same area as the original application.

Article 5 Delegation of personal information

1. The company entrusts personal information processing tasks to the following entities for the purpose of good personal information processing.
Entrusted to (Entities that are entrusted with the tasks) Tasks entrusted
Manpower Korea Inc. Visitor management and parking fee support
JOBKOREA LLC, Saramin Co., Ltd., Wanted Lab, Inc., GAMEJOB, Jumpit,
Linkedin, Peoplenjob
Provision of job application services
MIDAS IN Processing of reports and complaints on, or related to, the operations of the hiring website and hiring management computer system.
2. In accordance with the “Personal Information Protection Act,” the company has specified matters related to the prohibition of personal information processing other than for the purposes of execution of the tasks entrusted, technical and management protective measures, limit on re-entrusting the tasks entrusted, management and overseeing of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks of, and responsibilities such as compensation and indemnification for damages, and the company manages and oversees the safe processing of personal information by the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to.
3. In cases where there are changes in the content of the tasks entrusted or of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to, the company will disclose these changes through the privacy policy without delay.

Article 6 Destruction of personal information

1. In cases where personal information has become unnecessary due to reasons such as the personal information retention period having expired, or the achievement of processing objectives, the company will destroy applicable personal information without delay.
2. In cases where personal information must be retained in accordance with other laws, despite the personal information retention period having expired, or processing objectives achieved, the company will move applicable personal information to a separate database (DB) or a separate place of retention to preserve said information. (Refer to “Period of retention and processing of personal information”)
3. The procedure and method of destruction of personal information is as follows.
(1) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats is to be destroyed using technical means which make the information unrecoverable, and personal information printed on paper records is to be destroyed through shredding through a shredder or incineration.

Article 7 Rights of users & legal representatives and exercising those rights

1. Users may exercise their relevant rights to the company such as requests to view, amend, delete, or stop the processing of personal information at any time.
* In cases of children under 14 years of age, requests such as viewing personal information must be made by their legal representative, and users that are minors over 14 years of age may exercise their rights to user personal information themselves, or exercise their rights through their legal representative.
2. Users may contact the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information in writing or by email (privacy@wemade.com), and the company shall process these requests without delay. However, if the company has good reason to reject users' requests to view, or amend, part of, or all of, users' personal information, the company may do so and notify the users of the company's intention to refuse with explanation of their reasons.
3. Requests to amend or delete personal information cannot be requested if the applicable personal information is specified as information to be collected in other laws.

Article 8 Matters concerning measures taken to ensure security of personal information

1. The company takes the following measures to ensure security of personal information.
(1) Management measures: establishment and execution of internal management plans, operation of dedicated task force, regular employee training sessions
(2) Technical measures: management of access rights to systems such as the personal information processing system, installation of access control system, encryption of personal information, installation and updates of security programs
(3) Physical measures: control of access to computer room, document storage room

2. To ensure the security of personal information, the company also executes the following activities in addition to measures stated in laws.
(1) Activities related to personal information protection: operation of dedicated task force for personal information protection, personal information protection training for personnel in charge of handling personal information
(2) Acquiring of domestic and international personal information protection certifications: ISMS, ISO/IEC 27701, ISO/IEC 27001

Article 9 Matters concerning the installation and operations of devices that automatically collect personal information, and refusal of these matters

1. To provide individual users with personalized service, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and frequently load usage information.
2. Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
(1) Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
- Microsoft Edge: The […] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Cookies and site data]
- Chrome: The [] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Privacy and security] > [Cookies and site data]
- Internet Explorer: The [Tools] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Internet options] > [Personal information] > [Settings]
(2) If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

Article 10 Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information and team responsible for the processing of submitted requests to view personal information, and damage relief for infringement of rights and interests

1. The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information and team responsible for the processing of submitted requests to view personal information to take responsibility for the general supervision of personal information processing tasks and for the processing of user complaints and damage relief. Users may make enquiries about matters related to enquiries regarding personal information protection, processing of complaints, damage relief, and others that have occurred during users' use of the company's services to personnel responsible for the protection of personal information. The company will answer and process users’ enquiries without delay.
Category Name/Organization Phone number E-mail address
Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information Chair BYOUNGHOON CHOI (Information Security Department) 02-3709-2000 privacy@wemade.com
Team responsible for the processing of submitted requests to view personal information Privacy Team 02-3709-2000 privacy@wemade.com
2. Users may consult and request dispute resolution of organizations such as the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, and the Personal Information Infringement Report Center of the Korea Internet & Security Agency for damage relief from infringement of personal information. For other reports and consults regarding other matters of infringement of personal information, please contact the organizations shown below.
(1) Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee: (without country code within Korea) 1833-6972 (www.kopico.go.kr)
(2) Personal Information Infringement Report Center: (without country code within Korea) 118(privacy.kisa.or.kr)
(3) Supreme Prosecutor's Office: (without country code within Korea) 1301(www.spo.go.kr)
(4) Korean National Police Agency: (without country code within Korea) 182 (ecrm.cyber.go.kr)

Article 11 Matters concerning amendments to the privacy policy

The effective date of this privacy policy is September 13, 2023.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

Article 1 Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

1. The company processes personal information for the following purposes. Personal information processed by the company shall not be used for purposes other than the ones listed below. And in cases of changes in the purposes of the use of personal information, the company shall execute necessary measures such as acquiring consent separately in accordance with Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act.”
(1) For job applicants: personal information will be processed for the following purposes - processing of the talent hiring process and guides for each step of the process, management of job applicants' application history, as basis for evaluation of applications and interviews as well as for determining the suitability of applicants, honorable treatment of and support for persons of distinguished service to the state, as foundational materials in the application evaluation and interview process in cases of applicants that submitted applications through the company's talent hiring process, processing and notification of the results of enquiries related to the hiring process, checking of applicants' information and determining of wages and benefits, preferential treatment of persons with disabilities in accordance with the Act on the Employment Promotion and Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, and checking of reasons for disqualification of overseas travel as someone with military experience or exempt from military service.
(2) For visitors to the offices: personal information will be processed for the purposes of checking visitor information, and support for parking fee registrations.
(3) For ethical reports (name disclosed reports): personal information will be processed for the purposes of processing the report, and for notifying the reporter of the results.

Article 2 Duration of personal information storage and use

1. The company shall retain and process personal information, either within the retention period notified to the user on the user's agreement of the use of personal information, or within the retention and use period in accordance with relevant laws.
(1) Personal information of job applicants: 180 days or less after the end of the hiring process
(2) Visitor information: 1 year after the date of visit
(3) Support for parking fee registration: 3 months after the date of visit
(4) Ethical reporting (name disclosed reports): 1 year after the report is determined to be closed
(5) Storage of personal information in accordance with related laws
- Act on the Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.
Records of displays & advertisements: 6 months
Records of contracts and/or policy withdrawals: 5 years
Records of the supply of payments or goods: 5 years
Records of the processing of customer complaints or disputes: 3 years
- Protection of Communications Secrets Act
Records of website visits: 3 months
- Framework Act on National Taxes
All ledgers and documentary evidence of all transactions as regulated by Tax Act: 5 years
- Commercial Act
In cases that are specified in a comprehensive report during the report audit process: Preserved indefinitely

Article 3 Types of personal information collected

1. The company processes the following types of personal information.
(1) For job applicants
- (Required) Name, password, mobile phone number, email address, area of job application, desired compensation, previously received compensation, how the applicant came to apply, disability information, veteran information, military service experience
- (Optional) Gender, date of birth, nationality, address, website, blog, education, military service experience, transcript, work experience (career experience), description of career experience and experiences, portfolio, recognized language test results, language proficiency certificates, licenses and certificates, Computer Specialist in Spreadsheet and Database, awards, completed education history, academic and non-academic activities, referred by (if referred)
(2) For visitors to the offices
- (Required) Organization (company name), name
- (Optional) License plate number
(3) For ethical reporting (name disclosed reports)
- (Required) Name, phone number, email address

Article 4 Provision of personal information

1. The company processes personal information of users only within the range specified in the purposes of processing personal information. The company only provides personal information of users to third parties in cases with the users' consent, mentioned under special legal regulations, or Article 17 or Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act,” and does not provide users’ personal information to third parties in other cases.
2. The company provides only the minimum range necessary with the users’ consent for the purpose of continuing to provide good service in the following cases.

Article 5 Delegation of personal information

1. The company entrusts personal information processing tasks to the following entities for the purpose of good personal information processing.

Entrusted to (Entities that are entrusted with the tasks) Tasks entrusted
Manpower Korea Inc. Visitor management and parking fee support
JOBKOREA LLC, Saramin Co., Ltd., Wanted Lab, Inc., GAMEJOB, Jumpit,
Linkedin, Peoplenjob
Provision of job application services
MIDAS IN Processing of reports and complaints on, or related to, the operations of the hiring website and hiring management computer system.

2. In accordance with Article 26 of the “Personal Information Protection Act,” the company has specified matters related to the prohibition of personal information processing other than for the purposes of execution of the tasks entrusted, technical and management protective measures, limit on re-entrusting the tasks entrusted, management and overseeing of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks of, and responsibilities such as compensation and indemnification for damages, and the company manages and oversees the safe processing of personal information by the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to.
3. In cases where there are changes in the content of the tasks entrusted or of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to, the company will disclose these changes through the privacy policy without delay.

Article 6 Destruction of personal information

1. In cases where personal information has become unnecessary due to reasons such as the personal information retention period having expired, or the achievement of processing objectives, the company will destroy applicable personal information without delay.
2. In cases where personal information must be retained in accordance with other laws, despite the personal information retention period having expired, or processing objectives achieved, the company will move applicable personal information to a separate database (DB) or a separate place of retention to preserve said information. (Refer to “Period of retention and processing of personal information”)
3. The procedure and method of destruction of personal information is as follows.
(1) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats is to be destroyed using technical means which make the information unrecoverable, and personal information printed on paper records is to be destroyed through shredding through a shredder or incineration.

Article 7 Rights of users & legal representatives and exercising those rights

1. Users may exercise their relevant rights to the company such as requests to view, amend, delete, or stop the processing of personal information at any time.
* In cases of children under 14 years of age, requests such as viewing personal information must be made by their legal representative, and users that are minors over 14 years of age may exercise their rights to user personal information themselves, or exercise their rights through their legal representative.
2. Users may contact the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information in writing or by email (privacy@wemade.com), and the company shall process these requests without delay. However, if the company has good reason to reject users' requests to view, or amend, part of, or all of, users' personal information, the company may do so and notify the users of the company's intention to refuse with explanation of their reasons.
3. Requests to amend or delete personal information cannot be requested if the applicable personal information is specified as information to be collected in other laws.

Article 8 Matters concerning measures taken to ensure security of personal information

1. The company takes the following measures to ensure security of personal information.
(1) Management measures: establishment and execution of internal management plans, operation of dedicated task force, regular employee training sessions
(2) Technical measures: management of access rights to systems such as the personal information processing system, installation of access control system, encryption of personal information, installation and updates of security programs
(3) Physical measures: control of access to computer room, document storage room
2. To ensure the security of personal information, the company also executes the following activities in addition to measures stated in laws.
(1) Activities related to personal information protection: operation of dedicated task force for personal information protection, personal information protection training for personnel in charge of handling personal information
(2) Acquiring of domestic and international personal information protection certifications: ISMS, ISO/IEC 27701, ISO/IEC 27001

Article 9 Matters concerning the installation and operations of devices that automatically collect personal information, and refusal of these matters

1. To provide individual users with personalized service, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and frequently load usage information.
2. Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
(1) Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
- Microsoft Edge: The [ ] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Cookies and site data]
- Chrome: The [ ] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Privacy and security] > [Cookies and site data]
(2) If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

Article 10 Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information

1. The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information to take responsibility for the general supervision of personal information processing tasks and for the processing of user complaints and damage relief.
2. Users may make claims to view personal information in accordance with Article 35 of the “Personal Information Protection Act” to the team shown below. The company will do its best to quickly process users’ requests to view personal information.
(1) Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information/claims to view
- Name: BYOUNGHOON CHOI (Information Security Department)
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com
3. Users may make enquiries about matters related to enquiries regarding personal information protection, processing of complaints, damage relief, and others that have occurred during users' use of the company's services to personnel responsible for the protection of personal information. The company will answer and process users’ enquiries without delay.

Article 11 Aid measures for infringement of the rights and interests of users

1. Users may consult and request dispute resolution of organizations such as the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, and the Personal Information Infringement Report Center of the Korea Internet & Security Agency for damage relief from infringement of personal information. For other reports and consults regarding other matters of infringement of personal information, please contact the organizations shown below.
(1) Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee: (without country code within Korea) 1833-6972 (www.kopico.go.kr)
(2) Personal Information Infringement Report Center: (without country code within Korea) 118(privacy.kisa.or.kr)
(3) Supreme Prosecutor's Office: (without country code within Korea) 1301(www.spo.go.kr)
(4) Korean National Police Agency: (without country code within Korea) 182 (ecrm.cyber.go.kr)
2. The company is doing its best to guarantee users’ rights to personal information autonomy and to provide consults and damage relief for personal information infringement, and users may contact the responsible team shown below for reports or consults.
(1) For user consults and reports regarding personal information protection
- Team name: Privacy Team
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com

Article 12 Matters concerning amendments to the privacy policy

1. The effective date of this privacy policy is April 13, 2023.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

Article 1 Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

1. The company processes personal information for the following purposes. Personal information processed by the company shall not be used for purposes other than the ones listed below. And in cases of changes in the purposes of the use of personal information, the company shall execute necessary measures such as acquiring consent separately in accordance with Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act.”
(1) For job applicants: personal information will be processed for the following purposes - processing of the talent hiring process and guides for each step of the process, management of job applicants' application history, as basis for evaluation of applications and interviews as well as for determining the suitability of applicants, honorable treatment of and support for persons of distvinguished service to the state, as foundational materials in the application evaluation and interview process in cases of applicants that submitted applications through the company's talent hiring process, processing and notification of the results of enquiries related to the hiring process, checking of applicants' information and determining of wages and benefits, preferential treatment of persons with disabilities in accordance with the Act on the Employment Promotion and Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, and checking of reasons for disqualification of overseas travel as someone with military experience or exempt from military service.
(2) For visitors to the offices: personal information will be processed for the purposes of checking visitor information, and support for parking fee registrations.
(3) For ethical reports (name disclosed reports): personal information will be processed for the purposes of processing the report, and for notifying the reporter of the results.

Article 2 Duration of personal information storage and use

1. The company shall retain and process personal information, either within the retention period notified to the user on the user's agreement of the use of personal information, or within the retention and use period in accordance with relevant laws.
(1) Personal information of job applicants: 180 days or less after the end of the hiring process
(2) Visitor information: 1 year after the date of visit
(3) Support for parking fee registration: 3 months after the date of visit
(4) Ethical reporting (name disclosed reports): 1 year after the report is determined to be closed
(5) Storage of personal information in accordance with related laws
- Act on the Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.
Records of displays & advertisements: 6 months
Records of contracts and/or policy withdrawals: 5 years
Records of the supply of payments or goods: 5 years
Records of the processing of customer complaints or disputes: 3 years
- Protection of Communications Secrets Act
Records of website visits: 3 months
- Framework Act on National Taxes
All ledgers and documentary evidence of all transactions as regulated by Tax Act: 5 years
- Commercial Act
In cases that are specified in a comprehensive report during the report audit process: Preserved indefinitely

Article 3 Types of personal information collected

1. The company processes the following types of personal information.
(1) For job applicants
- (Required) Name, password, mobile phone number, email address, area of job application, desired compensation, previously received compensation, veteran information, disability information, how the applicant came to apply, career experience
- (Optional) Gender, date of birth, nationality, address, website, blog, military service experience, education, transcript, description of career experience and experiences, portfolio, recognized language test results, language proficiency certificates, licenses and certificates, Computer Specialist in Spreadsheet and Database, awards, completed education history, academic and non-academic activities and events
(2) For visitors to the offices
- (Required) Organization (company name), name
- (Optional) License plate number
(3) For ethical reporting (name disclosed reports)
- (Required) Name, phone number, email address

Article 4 Provision of personal information

1. The company processes personal information of users only within the range specified in the purposes of processing personal information. The company only provides personal information of users to third parties in cases with the users' consent, mentioned under special legal regulations, or Article 17 or Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act,” and does not provide users’ personal information to third parties in other cases.

Article 5 Delegation of personal information

1. The company entrusts personal information processing tasks to the following entities for the purpose of good personal information processing.

Entrusted to (Entities that are entrusted with the tasks) Tasks entrusted
Manpower Korea Inc. Visitor management and parking fee support
JOBKOREA LLC, Saramin Co., Ltd., Wanted Lab, Inc., GAMEJOB, Jumpit,
Linkedin, Peoplenjob
Provision of job application services
MIDAS IN Processing of reports and complaints on, or related to, the operations of the hiring website and hiring management computer system.

2. In accordance with Article 26 of the “Personal Information Protection Act,” the company has specified matters related to the prohibition of personal information processing other than for the purposes of execution of the tasks entrusted, technical and management protective measures, limit on re-entrusting the tasks entrusted, management and overseeing of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks of, and responsibilities such as compensation and indemnification for damages, and the company manages and oversees the safe processing of personal information by the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to.
3. In cases where there are changes in the content of the tasks entrusted or of the other entities that the company has entrusted the tasks to, the company will disclose these changes through the privacy policy without delay.

Article 6 Destruction of personal information

1. In cases where personal information has become unnecessary due to reasons such as the personal information retention period having expired, or the achievement of processing objectives, the company will destroy applicable personal information without delay.
2. In cases where personal information must be retained in accordance with other laws, despite the personal information retention period having expired, or processing objectives achieved, the company will move applicable personal information to a separate database (DB) or a separate place of retention to preserve said information. (Refer to “Period of retention and processing of personal information”)
3. The procedure and method of destruction of personal information is as follows.
(1) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats is to be destroyed using technical means which make the information unrecoverable, and personal information printed on paper records is to be destroyed through shredding through a shredder or incineration.

Article 7 Rights of users & legal representatives and exercising those rights

1. Users may exercise their relevant rights to the company such as requests to view, amend, delete, or stop the processing of personal information at any time.
* In cases of children under 14 years of age, requests such as viewing personal information must be made by their legal representative, and users that are minors over 14 years of age may exercise their rights to user personal information themselves, or exercise their rights through their legal representative.
2. Users may contact the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information in writing or by email (privacy@wemade.com), and the company shall process these requests without delay. However, if the company has good reason to reject users' requests to view, or amend, part of, or all of, users' personal information, the company may do so and notify the users of the company's intention to refuse with explanation of their reasons.
3. Requests to amend or delete personal information cannot be requested if the applicable personal information is specified as information to be collected in other laws.

Article 8 Matters concerning measures taken to ensure security of personal information

1. The company takes the following measures to ensure security of personal information.
(1) Management measures: establishment and execution of internal management plans, operation of dedicated task force, regular employee training sessions
(2) Technical measures: management of access rights to systems such as the personal information processing system, installation of access control system, encryption of personal information, installation and updates of security program
(3) Physical measures: control of access to computer room, document storage room
2. To ensure the security of personal information, the company also executes the following activities in addition to measures stated in laws.
(1) Activities related to personal information protection: operation of dedicated task force for personal information protection, personal information protection training for personnel in charge of handling personal information
(2) Acquiring of domestic and international personal information protection certifications: ISMS, ISO/IEC 27701, ISO/IEC 27001

Article 9 Matters concerning the installation and operations of devices that automatically collect personal information, and refusal of these matters

1. To provide individual users with personalized service, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and frequently load usage information.
2. Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
(1) Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
- Microsoft Edge: The [ ] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Cookies and site data]
- Chrome: The [ ] symbol at the top of the web browser > [Settings] > [Privacy and security] > [Cookies and site data]
(2) If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

Article 10 Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information

1. The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information to take responsibility for the general supervision of personal information processing tasks and for the processing of user complaints and damage relief.
2. Users may make claims to view personal information in accordance with Article 35 of the “Personal Information Protection Act” to the team shown below. The company will do its best to quickly process users’ requests to view personal information.
(1) Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information/claims to view
- Name: BYOUNGHOON CHOI (Information Security Department)
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com
3. Users may make enquiries about matters related to enquires regarding personal information protection, processing of complaints, damage relief, and others that have occurred during users' use of the company's services to personnel responsible for the protection of personal information. The company will answer and process users’ enquiries without delay.

Article 11 Aid measures for infringement of the rights and interests of users

1. Users may consult and request dispute resolution of organizations such as the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, and the Personal Information Infringement Report Center of the Korea Internet & Security Agency for damage relief from infringement of personal information. For other reports and consults regarding other matters of infringement of personal information, please contact the organizations shown below.
(1) Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee: (without country code within Korea) 1833-6972 (www.kopico.go.kr)
(2) Personal Information Infringement Report Center: (without country code within Korea) 118(privacy.kisa.or.kr)
(3) Supreme Prosecutor's Office: (without country code within Korea) 1301(www.spo.go.kr)
(4) Korean National Police Agency: (without country code within Korea) 182 (ecrm.cyber.go.kr)
2. The company is doing its best to guarantee users’ rights to personal information autonomy and to provide consults and damage relief for personal information infringement, and users may contact the responsible team shown below for reports or consults.
(1) For user consults and reports regarding personal information protection
- Team name: Privacy Team
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com

Article 12 Matters concerning amendments to the privacy policy

1. The effective date of this privacy policy is February 28, 2023.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

1. Types of personal information processed

(1) For job applicants: (required) Name, password, mobile phone number, email address, area of job application, desired compensation, previously received compensation, veteran information, disability information, how the applicant came to apply, career work experience (optional) gender, date of birth, desired compensation, nationality, address, contact information, website, blog, military service experience, education, transcript, description of career experience and experiences, portfolio, recognized language test results, language proficiency certificates, licenses and certificates, Computer Specialist in Spreadsheet and Database, awards, completed education history, academic and non-academic activities, military service experience
(2) For visitors to the offices: (required) Organization (company name), name (optional) license plate number

2. Processing of personal information

The company processes personal information for the following purposes. Personal information processed by the company shall not be used for purposes other than the ones shown below. And in cases of changes in the purposes of the use of personal information, the company shall execute necessary measures such as acquiring consent separately in accordance with Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act.”
(1) For job applicants: personal information will be processed for the following purposes - processing of the talent hiring process and guides for each step of the process, management of job applicants' application history, as basis for evaluation of applications and interviews as well as for determining the suitability of applicants, honorable treatment of and support for persons of distinguished service to the state, as foundational materials in the application evaluation and interview process in cases of applicants that submitted applications through the company's talent hiring process, processing and notification of the results of enquiries related to the hiring process, checking of applicants' information and determining of wages and benefits, preferential treatment of persons with disabilities in accordance with the Act on the Employment Promotion and Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, and checking of reasons for disqualification of overseas travel as someone with military experience or exempt from military service.
(2) For visitors to the offices: personal information will be processed for the purposes of checking visitor information, and support for parking fee registrations.

3. Matters regarding the provision of personal information to third parties

The company processes personal information of users only within the range specified in the purposes of processing personal information. The company only provides personal information of users to third parties in cases with the users' consent, mentioned under special legal regulations, or Article 17 or Article 18 of the “Personal Information Protection Act,” and does not provide personal information of users' to third parties in other cases.

4. Matters regarding the entrustment of personal information processing

The company entrusts personal information to external entities to enable the execution of some of the tasks necessary to provide the company’s services to users. And the company manages and oversees the entities that are entrusted with the tasks so that these entities do not violate laws related to personal information protection.

Entities that are entrusted Content of tasks entrusted
Manpower Korea Inc. Visitor management and parking fee support
JOBKOREA LLC, Saramin Co., Ltd., Wanted Lab, Inc., GAMEJOB Provision of job application services
MIDAS IN Processing of reports and complaints on, or related to, the operations of
the hiring website and hiring management computer system.

5. Period of retention and processing of personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. However, the company securely retains the following information for the purposes shown below for the period specified, and only uses the information for the purposes of retaining.
(1) Personal information of job applicants: 180 days or less after the end of the hiring process
(2) Visitor information: 1 year after the date of visit
(3) Support for parking fee registration: 3 months after the date of visit

6. Procedure and method of destruction of personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. The procedure and method of destruction is as follows.
(1) Personal information printed on paper records: shredded through a shredder or incineration
(2) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats: deleted using technical means which make the information unrecoverable

7. The rights of users and their legal representatives to view and amend personal information, and to withdraw their agreement of providing personal information and how to exercise those rights

Users and their legal representatives may at any time make requests to view, amend, or delete personal information to the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information at the company in writing, by phone, or email, and the company shall process these requests without delay.

8. Matters regarding the collection of personal information using cookies, and refusal of these matters

(1) To identify users' history of visits to the website, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and load usage information, and the company does not use this information for other purposes or provide them to third parties.
(2) Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
(3) Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
Users may refuse to the storing of cookies through the options menu at the top of the web browser at Tools>Internet Options>Privacy. If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

9. Matters regarding the ensuring of the security of personal information

To ensure security, the company executes the following measures to ensure security of personal information to prevent loss, theft, leak, modification, and damage of users' personal information. However, the company will not be responsible for any accidents that occur in areas that are not managed by the company, or were incurred by the users’ carelessness such as loss of device, despite the company having fulfilled all of its personal information protection responsibilities.
(1) Technical measures
1) The company retains types of users’ personal information as designated in related laws in an encrypted format, and personal information may only be viewed or amended through requests from the owner of the information after identity verification.
2) Files and sent data with important data containing personal information are protected, either encrypted or retained using security features such as file lock features.
3) The company is always monitoring to prevent the leak or damage of users’ personal information due to hacking and computer viruses. The company also makes periodic backups of systems, data, and personal information in case of possible situations, and the company regularly manages vaccine programs to prevent of infringement of personal information.
4) The company is doing its best to take measures required for systematically structured database systems to process personal information.
(2) Management measures
1) The company limits access to users’ personal information to the minimum number of personnel required, and holds regular training sessions for personnel in charge of handling personal information.
2) The team in charge of personal information protection in the company establishes and manages principles on the processing of personal information. And the company regularly checks for compliance to internal regulations, does its best to immediately right any issues found.
(3) Physical measures
1) The company keeps the physical retention location for the personal information system, which retains personal information, separate, and establishes and operates access control procedures for it.
2) Documents and secondary storage mediums that contain personal information are stored in a safe place with locking devices.

10. Matters regarding the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information and claims for the viewing of personal information

The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information as shown below to protect customers' personal information and to process complaints related to personal information. And, users may make claims to view personal information in accordance with Article 35 of the “Personal Information Protection Act” to the team shown below. The company will do its best to quickly process users’ requests to view personal information.

Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information/claims for viewing
- Team/Name: Privacy Team/HONGMIN PARK
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com

11. Aid measures for infringement of the rights and interests of users

Users may consult and request dispute resolution of organizations such as the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, and the Personal Information Infringement Report Center of the Korea Internet & Security Agency for damage relief from infringement of personal information. For other reports and consults regarding other matters of infringement of personal information, please contact the organizations shown below.

- Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee (www.kopico.go.kr / 1833-6972 without country code within Korea)
- Personal Information Infringement Report Center (privacy.kisa.or.kr / 118 without country code within Korea)
- Supreme Prosecutor's Office Cybercrime Investigation Division (www.spo.go.kr / 1301 without country code within Korea)
-- Korean National Police Agency Cyber Bureau (ecrm.cyber.go.kr / 182 without country code within Korea)

12. Matters regarding amendments to the privacy policy

The effective date of this privacy policy is October 11, 2022.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and has composed the privacy policy in accordance with related laws, and the company is doing its best to protect the rights and interests of the principals of personal information.
This privacy policy applies to all job applicants, visitors, and users (hereinafter “users”) of Wemade.

1. Types of personal information collected and collection methods

(1) For job applicants: (required) Name, date of birth, email address, phone number, place of residence, education history, work experience, foreign language proficiency and licenses, description of career experience (optional) veteran information, disability information, and other additional information submitted by applicant
(2) For visitors to the offices: (required) Organization (company name), name (optional) license plate number (Optional) license plate number

2. Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

The company utilizes collected personal information for the following purposes.
(1) To identify individual applicants and check whether or not they wish to apply, for hiring processes, relaying of notifications, communication with job applicants, and as references for non-regular job openings
(2) Checking visitor information and support for parking fee registrations

3. Matters regarding the provision of personal information to third parties

The company as a rule does not provide applicants’ personal information to external entities. However, the following exceptions apply.
(1) If the applicant has agreed beforehand
(2) To respond to a request from an investigative agency following legal procedures and methods for the purpose of an investigation, or in accordance with legal regulations

4. Matters regarding the entrustment of personal information processing

The company entrusts personal information to external entities to enable the execution of some of the tasks necessary to provide the company’s services to users. And the company manages and oversees the entities that are entrusted with the tasks so that these entities do not violate laws related to personal information protection.

Entities that are entrusted Content of tasks entrusted
Manpower Korea Inc. Visitor management and parking fee support
JOBKOREA LLC, Saramin Co., Ltd., Wanted Lab, Inc. Provision of job application services

5. Period of retention and use of collected personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. However, the company securely retains the following information for the purposes shown below for the period specified, and only uses the information for the purposes of retaining.
(1) Personal information of job applicants: destroyed within a week of the achievement of the purposes of collection and use (end of the hiring process for the hiring process), or when the applicant requests deletion, or when the applicant withdraws their agreement to collection and use
(2) Visitor information: 1 year after the date of visit
(3) Support for parking fee registration: 3 months after the date of visit

6. Procedure and method of destruction of personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. The procedure and method of destruction is as follows.
(1) Personal information printed on paper records: shredded through a shredder or incineration
(2) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats: deleted using technical means which make the information unrecoverable

7. The rights of users and their legal representatives to view and amend personal information, and to withdraw their agreement of providing personal information and how to exercise those rights

Users and their legal representatives may at any time make requests to view, amend, or delete personal information to the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information at the company in writing, by phone, or email, and the company shall process these requests without delay.

8. Matters regarding the collection of personal information using cookies, and refusal of these matters

(1) To identify users' history of visits to the website, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and load usage information, and the company does not use this information for other purposes or provide them to third parties.
(2) Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
(3) Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
Users may refuse to the storing of cookies through the options menu at the top of the web browser at Tools>Internet Options>Privacy. If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

9. Matters regarding the ensuring of the security of personal information

To ensure security, the company executes the following measures to ensure security of personal information to prevent loss, theft, leak, modification, and damage of users' personal information. However, the company will not be responsible for any accidents that occur in areas that are not managed by the company, or were incurred by the users’ carelessness such as loss of device, despite the company having fulfilled all of its personal information protection responsibilities.
(1) Technical measures
1) The company retains types of users’ personal information as designated in related laws in an encrypted format, and personal information may only be viewed or amended through requests from the owner of the information after identity verification.
2) Files and sent data with important data containing personal information are protected, either encrypted or retained using security features such as file lock features.
3) The company is always monitoring to prevent the leak or damage of users’ personal information due to hacking and computer viruses. The company also makes periodic backups of systems, data, and personal information in case of possible situations, and the company regularly manages vaccine programs to prevent of infringement of personal information.
4) The company is doing its best to take measures required for systematically structured database systems to process personal information.
(2) Management measures
1) The company limits access to users’ personal information to the minimum number of personnel required, and holds regular training sessions for personnel in charge of handling personal information.
2) The team in charge of personal information protection in the company establishes and manages principles on the processing of personal information. And the company regularly checks for compliance to internal regulations, does its best to immediately right any issues found.
(3) Physical measures
1) The company keeps the physical retention location for the personal information system, which retains personal information, separate, and establishes and operates access control procedures for it.
2) Documents and secondary storage mediums that contain personal information are stored in a safe place with locking devices.

10. Personnel responsible for personal information protection

The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information as shown below to protect customers’ personal information and to process complaints related to personal information.

Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information
- Team/Name: Privacy Team/HONGMIN PARK
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com

Please contact the organizations shown below to report other instances of infringement of personal information or advice.
- Personal Information Infringement Report - Center (http://privacy.kisa.or.kr / 118 without country code within Korea)
- Supreme Prosecutor's Office Cybercrime Investigation Division (http://www.spo.go.kr / 1301 without country code within Korea)
- Korean National Police Agency Cyber Bureau (https://ecrm.cyber.go.kr / 182 without country code within Korea)

<Additional Clauses>
The effective date of this privacy policy is March 16, 2022.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) places great value on users’ personal information, and complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection.”

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) places great value on users’ personal information, and complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection.” With the privacy policy, the company informs the principal of information (hereinafter "applicant") about the methods in which the personal information provided by the applicant is used, and for what purposes, and what kind of measures are taken for personal information protection.

1. Types of personal information collected and collection methods

For applications: (required) Name, date of birth, email address, phone number, place of residence, education history, work experience, foreign language proficiency and licenses, description of career experience (optional) veteran information, disability information
Employment website: (Required) Work experience, education history, name, date of birth, phone number, email address, résumé ((optional) portfolio

2. Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

The company utilizes collected personal information for the following purposes.
(1) To provide information regarding ongoing application/candidate selection/hiring processes as the hiring process progresses, management of potential candidate resources, and candidate identification

3. Matters regarding the provision of personal information to third parties

The company as a rule does not provide applicants’ personal information to external entities. However, the following exceptions apply.
(1) If the applicant has agreed beforehand
(2) To respond to a request from an investigative agency following legal procedures and methods for the purpose of an investigation, or in accordance with legal regulations

4. Matters regarding the entrustment of personal information processing

The company does not entrust the processing of applicants’ personal information to external entities without applicants’ permission.
If such needs arise in the future, the company will inform applicants abouts the external entity with whom the information will be entrusted and the content of the tasks to be entrusted, and to get the applicants’ consent beforehand if necessary.

5. Period of retention and use of collected personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. However, for the following information, for the purposes shown below, for the period specified, the company securely retains the information in internal company servers.
(1) Personal information of hired job applicants
• Retention period: while they work for the company
• Reasons for retention: HR management while the applicants are with the company, welfare benefits after retirement, issuing of career certificates
(2) Personal information of job applicants that were not hired
• Retention period: destroyed within a week of the achievement of the purposes of collection and use (end of the hiring process for the specified opening), or when the applicant requests deletion, or when the applicant withdraws their agreement to collection and use

6. Procedure and method of destruction of personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved.
However, the company will not do so in cases where the information must be preserved in accordance with related laws.
The procedure and method of destruction is as follows.
(1) Personal information printed on paper records: shredded through a shredder or incineration
(2) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats: deleted using technical means which make the information unrecoverable

7. Rights to view and amend personal information, and to withdraw their agreement of providing personal information and how to exercise those rights

Job applicants may at any time make requests to view, amend, or delete personal information to the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information at the company in writing, by phone, or email, and the company shall process these requests without delay.
In cases where applicants have made requests to amend errors in personal information, applicable personal information will not be used or provided until the amendment is complete.
And if the company has already provided the personal information with the error to a third party, the company will inform the third party of the results of the amendment without delay to have the amendment be applied.
The company processes personal information cancelled or deleted by job applicants as specified in the “Period of retention and use of personal information” collected by the company and processes the information in a way that it cannot be viewed or used for other purposes.

8. Matters regarding the collection of personal information using cookies, and refusal of these matters

1. To identify users' history of visits to the website, the company uses “Cookies,” which save and load usage information, and the company does not use this information for other purposes or provide them to third parties.
2 Cookies are small units of information that are sent by the servers (http) used to operate the website to the users’ computer browsers, and they may also be stored in the hard disks of the users’ PC.
A. Purposes of using cookies
These are used to identify the website visit history such as the frequency and hours of users’ visits to provide users with personalized information.
B. Installation and operations of cookies, and refusal of these matters
Users may refuse to the storing of cookies through the options menu at the top of the web browser at Tools > Internet Options > Privacy.
C. If you refuse to the storing of cookies, there may be difficulties in your use of our personalized service.

9. Matters regarding the ensuring of the security of personal information

To ensure security, the company executes the following measures to ensure security of personal information to prevent loss, theft, leak, modification, and damage of users' personal information. However, the company will not be responsible for any accidents that occur in areas that are not managed by the company, or were incurred by the users’ carelessness such as loss of device, despite the company having fulfilled all of its personal information protection responsibilities.
1. Technical measures
1) Personal information of accounts connected by users are protected by passwords set by the users themselves, and the password for each user account can only be known by the user of the account. And applicable personal information can only be viewed or amended by the user that knows the password.
2) The company retains items of users’ personal information as designated in related laws in an encrypted format, and personal information may only be viewed or amended through requests from the owner of the information after identity verification.
3) Files and sent data with important data containing personal information are protected, either encrypted or retained using security features such as file lock features.
4) The company is always monitoring to prevent the leak or damage of users’ personal information due to hacking and computer viruses. The company also makes periodic backups of systems, data, and personal information in case of possible situations, and the company regularly manages vaccine programs to prevent of infringement of personal information.
5) The company is doing its best to take measures required for systematically structured database systems to process personal information.
2. Management measures
1) The company limits access to users’ personal information to the minimum number of personnel required, and the following is the minimum number of personnel.
- Entities that execute tasks for the purposes of marketing, events, customer support, and delivery directly for users (including employees of companies entrusted and cooperating companies)
- Personnel in charge of personal information protection, including the personnel in charge of personal information
- Other personnel that cannot avoid processing personal information for other tasks
2) The company holds regular training sessions for personnel in charge of handling personal information and entities entrusted on topics such as responsibilities to personal information protection.
3) The team in charge of personal information protection in the company establishes and manages principles on the processing of personal information. And the company regularly checks for compliance to internal regulations, does its best to immediately right any issues found.
4) The company scrutinizes and makes sure that the handover of tasks between personnel responsible for personal information protection and personnel in charge of handling personal information happens in secure settings, and clarifies matters of responsibility regarding accidents related to personal information after they join or leave the company.
5) The company does not takes responsibility for personal information leaks caused by users’ personal mistakes or due to the intrinsic risks of the internet. Users must manage their accounts and passwords in an appropriate manner for the sake of protecting their personal information and take responsibility for their actions.
3. Physical measures
1) The company keeps the physical retention location for the personal information system, which retains personal information, separate, and establishes and operates access control procedures for it.
2) Documents and secondary storage mediums that contain personal information are stored in a safe place with locking devices.

10. Personnel responsible for personal information protection

The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of personal information as shown below to protect customers' personal information and to process complaints related to personal information.

Personnel responsible for the protection of personal information
- Name: HONGMIN PARK
- Phone Number: +82-2-3709-2000
- FAX: +82-2-3709-2007
- Email Address: privacy@wemade.com

Please contact the organizations shown below to report other instances of infringement of personal information or advice.
Principals of information may enquire at the organizations shown in each item below for damage relief and consults regarding matters of personal information infringement.
The organizations shown below are separate from the company. Please make enquiries if you are not satisfied with the company’s processing of personal information complaints, or with the results of damage relief, or require more detailed assistance.
1. Personal Information Infringement Report Center (operated by the Korea Internet & Security Agency)
A. Matters of jurisdiction: Reports and consults regarding matters of personal information infringement
B. Website: privacy.kisa.or.kr
C. Phone: (without country code within Korea) 118
2. Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee
A. Matters of jurisdiction: Personal information dispute mediation, group dispute mediation
B. Website: www.kopico.go.kr
C. Phone: (without country code within Korea) 1833-6972
3. Supreme Prosecutor's Office Cybercrime Investigation Division: (without country code within Korea) 1301, cid@spo.go.kr (www.spo.go.kr)
4. Korean National Police Agency: (without country code within Korea) 182 (ecrm.cyber.go.kr)

<Additional Clauses>
The effective date of this privacy policy is December 31, 2021.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) places great value on users’ personal information, and complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection.” With the privacy policy, the company informs the principal of information (hereinafter "applicant") about the methods in which the personal information provided by the applicant is used, and for what purposes, and what kind of measures are taken for personal information protection.

Wemade (hereinafter “the company”) places great value on users’ personal information, and complies with relevant personal information protection regulations in related laws that the company must comply with, such as the "Personal Information Protection Act,” and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection.” With the privacy policy, the company informs the principal of information (hereinafter "applicant") about the methods in which the personal information provided by the applicant is used, and for what purposes, and what kind of measures are taken for personal information protection.

1. Types of personal information collected and collection methods

(1) Information collected: Name (legal name), date of birth, address, phone number, education history, work experience, licenses, language proficiency tests and completed education history, other military service experience, and more
(2) Method of collection: Employment website, submitted applications

2. Purposes for the collection and use of personal information

The company utilizes collected personal information for the following purposes.
(1) To provide information regarding ongoing application/candidate selection/hiring processes as the hiring process progresses, management of potential candidate resources, and candidate identification

3. Matters regarding the provision of personal information to third parties

The company as a rule does not provide applicants’ personal information to external entities. However, the following exceptions apply.
(1) If the applicant has agreed beforehand
(2) To respond to a request from an investigative agency following legal procedures and methods for the purpose of an investigation, or in accordance with legal regulations

4. Matters regarding the entrustment of personal information processing

The company does not entrust the processing of applicants’ personal information to external entities without applicants’ permission.
If such needs arise in the future, the company will inform applicants abouts the external entity with whom the information will be entrusted and the content of the tasks to be entrusted, and to get the applicants’ consent beforehand if necessary.

5. Period of retention and use of collected personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved. However, for the following information, for the purposes shown below, for the period specified, the company securely retains the information in internal company servers.
(1) Personal information of hired job applicants
• Retention period: while they work for the company
• Reasons for retention: HR management while the applicants are with the company, welfare benefits after retirement, issuing of career certificates, and more
(2) Personal information of job applicants that were not hired
• Period of retention: 3 years after the hiring process ends
• Reasons for retention: management of potential candidate resources

6. Procedure and method of destruction of personal information

The company as a rule destroys applicable information without delay after the purposes of personal information collection and use have been achieved.
However, the company will not do so in cases where the information must be preserved in accordance with related laws.
The procedure and method of destruction is as follows.
(1) Personal information printed on paper records: shredded through a shredder or incineration
(2) Personal information recorded or stored in electronic file formats: deleted using technical means which make the information unrecoverable

7. Rights to view and amend personal information, and to withdraw their agreement of providing personal information and how to exercise those rights

Job applicants may at any time make requests to view, amend, or delete personal information to the personnel responsible for the protection of personal information at the company in writing, by phone, or email, and the company shall process these requests without delay.
In cases where applicants have made requests to amend errors in personal information, applicable personal information will not be used or provided until the amendment is complete.
And if the company has already provided the personal information with the error to a third party, the company will inform the third party of the results of the amendment without delay to have the amendment be applied.
The company processes personal information cancelled or deleted by job applicants as specified in the “Period of retention and use of personal information” collected by the company and processes the information in a way that it cannot be viewed or used for other purposes.

8. Personnel responsible for personal information management

The company appoints personnel responsible for the protection of job applicants’ personal information as shown below to protect personal information and to process complaints related to personal information.

Relevant Teams: HR Team, Strategic Planning Department
Personnel responsible for personal information management
- Name: CHANGGAP KIM
- Team: HR Team
- Position: Team Manager

Personnel in charge of personal information management
- Name: NAKYUNG LEE
- Team: HR Team
- Phone Number: +82.2.3709.2000
- Email: skrud3587@wemade.com

Please contact the organizations shown below to report other instances of infringement of personal information or advice.
(1) Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee (www.kopico.go.kr / ☎118)
(2) Korea Internet & Security Agency (www.kisa.or.kr)
(3) Korean National Police Agency Cyber Bureau (www.cyber.go.kr / ☎182)

9. Personal information collection using cookies

“Cookie” refers to a small unit of information that the website sends to the applicant’s computer browser.
The company does not use cookies that saves or constantly looks for the applicant’s information.

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