South Korean users will be happy to learn that they can now download games from the Android Market. The complicated world that is country-by-country licensing agreements has prevented many markets from getting key features available in the United States. Despite South Korea's rapid adoption of Android, customers in the market have only been able to get apps while they have had to watch popular game releases with envy. Starting today, Korean customers can go to the Android Market to download and buy games through direct carrier billing.
On their Developer Blog, Google is also encouraging game developers to adjust their app prices for the Korean market and add their currency, the Won.
It's always great news when another market can access thousands of apps or games that they had previously been restricted from.
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