Apple has just made new people happy with its music streaming platform. Indeed, after arriving in Israel (read: Apple Music is now available in Israel), Apple Music is now available in South Korea. Admittedly, its launch in this country was not easy for the apple company with the various restrictions and complex regulations to which it is necessary to submit, but it nevertheless succeeded.
With the arrival of Apple Music, South Korean users will now be able to access millions of songs, radio stations and recommendations. The service is offered in the country at a rate equivalent to € 7.99 per month for the personal subscription and € 11.99 for the family offer which can include up to 6 people.
As in other countries where Apple Music is already active, a free three-month trial is offered to all those who wish to take advantage of the offer for the first time. With the extension of the service in South Korea, Apple Music has affirmed again and again its intention to establish itself in all countries of the world and to establish itself as a leader in this market. As a reminder, the service is now available in more than 110 countries.