Terms of service

Article 1 (Purpose)

These terms and conditions are the rights of the cyber homepage and users when using the Internet-related services (hereinafter referred to as “services”) provided by the website operated by the Mediselor company (e-commerce business operator). The purpose is to define duties and responsibilities.

※「These terms and conditions apply mutatis mutandis to e-commerce transactions using PC communication, wireless, etc.

Article 2 (Definition)

① “Homepage” refers to a website that Mediselor company has set up so that goods or services (hereinafter referred to as “goods, etc.”) can be traded using information and communication facilities such as computers to provide users with goods and services. It refers to a virtual business place, and is also used in the sense of a business operator operating a cyber website.

② “User” refers to members and non-members who access the “Homepage” and receive the services provided by the “Homepage” in accordance with these terms and conditions.

③ “Member” refers to a person who has registered as a member on the Homepage and can continuously use the services provided by the Homepage.

④ “Non-member” refers to a person who uses the service provided by the “Homepage” without registering as a member.

Article 3 (Explanation, explanation and revision of terms and conditions)

① “Homepage” refers to the contents of these terms and conditions, the name of the company and representative, the address of the business office (including the address where consumer complaints can be handled), phone number, e-mail address, business registration number, mail-order business report number, personal information protection officer, etc. are posted on the initial service screen (front) of the “Homepage” so that users can easily find out. However, the contents of the terms and conditions can be viewed by the user through the connection screen.

② “Homepage should provide a separate connection screen or pop-up screen before the user agrees to the terms and conditions, so that the user can understand important contents such as subscription withdrawal, delivery responsibility, and refund conditions.

③ “Homepage” refers to the 「Consumer Protection Act in Electronic Commerce, Etc.」, 「Act on Regulation of Terms and Conditions」, 「Basic Act on Electronic Documents and Electronic Transactions」, 「Electronic Financial Transactions Act」, 「Electronic Signature Act」, 「Information and Communications Network Use」 These Terms and Conditions may be amended to the extent that they do not violate relevant laws such as the Act on Promotion and Information Protection, etc., the Act on Door-to-Door Sales, etc.

④ When the “Homepage” revises the terms and conditions, the date of application and the reason for the revision shall be specified and notified along with the current terms and conditions on the initial screen of the website from 7 days before the effective date to the day before the effective date. However, if the contents of the terms and conditions are changed unfavorably to the user, it will be notified with a grace period of at least 30 days in advance. In this case, the “Homepage” clearly compares the contents before and after the revision and displays them in an easy-to-understand manner for users.

⑤ If the terms and conditions are amended on the Homepage, the revised terms and conditions apply only to contracts concluded after the application date, and the terms and conditions before the amendment apply to contracts already concluded before that. However, if a user who has already signed a contract sends the intention to be subject to the revised terms and conditions to the website within the notice period of the revised terms and conditions under paragraph (3) and obtains consent from the “Homepage”, the revised terms and conditions apply.

⑥ Matters not stipulated in these terms and conditions and interpretation of these terms and conditions shall be governed by the Consumer Protection Act in Electronic Commerce, the Act on Regulation of Terms and Conditions, and the Consumer Protection Guidelines and Related Acts or Convention.

Article 4 (Provision and Change of Service)

① “Homepage” performs the following tasks.

1. Provision of information on goods or services and the conclusion of a purchase contract.

2. Delivery of goods or services for which a purchase contract has been concluded.

3. Other tasks specified by the “Homepage”.

② “Homepage” indicates that goods or services are out of stock or technical specifications are changed In such a case, the contents of goods or services to be provided may be changed according to a contract to be concluded in the future. In this case, the contents of the changed goods or services and the date of provision shall be specified, and the contents of the current goods or services will be immediately notified to the place where they are posted.

③ If the contents of the service contracted with the user to be provided by the “Homepage” are changed due to reasons such as out of stock of goods or changes in technical specifications, the reason is immediately notified to the address where the user can be notified.

④ In the case of the preceding paragraph, the “Homepage” compensates the user for damages caused by this. However, this is not the case if the “Homepage” proves that there is no intention or negligence.

Article 5 (Suspension of Service)

① Homepage may temporarily suspend the provision of services in the event of reasons such as maintenance inspection, replacement and failure of information and communication facilities such as computers, or communication failure.

② Homepage compensates for damages suffered by a user or a third party due to the temporary suspension of the provision of services due to the reasons under paragraph (1). However, this is not the case if the Homepage proves that there is no intention or negligence.

③ If the service cannot be provided due to the conversion of business items, abandonment of business, or integration between companies, the Homepage notifies the user in the manner prescribed in Article 8 and compensates the consumer according to the conditions originally suggested on the Homepage.

Article 6 (Membership Registration)

① Users apply for membership by filling out their membership information according to the subscription form set by the Homepage and expressing their intention to agree to these terms and conditions.

② Homepage shall be registered as a member of any of the users who have applied to join as a member as shown in paragraph (1) unless it does not fall under any of the following subparagraphs.

1. If the applicant for membership has previously lost user membership pursuant to Article 7 (3) of this Agreement, exceptions shall be made where three years have elapsed since the loss of membership under Article 7 (3).

2. Where there is a falsehood, omission, or error in the registration.

3. In a case where it is determined that registering as another member significantly hinders the technical description of the Homepage.

③ The time when the membership contract is established is when the consent of the Homepage reaches the member.

④ If there is a change in the registered matters at the time of membership registration, a member must notify the Homepage of the changes by modifying the membership information within a considerable period of time.

Article 7 (Member withdrawal and loss of qualifications)

① Members may request withdrawal at any time on the “Homepage” and the “Homepage” will immediately process the membership withdrawal.

② If a member falls under any of the following reasons, the “Homepage” may restrict or suspend membership.

1. In the case of registering false information when applying for membership.

2. In case the member does not pay the debt borne by the member in relation to the purchase of goods, etc. using the “Homepage” or other use of the “Homepage”.

3. Other person in the case of a Homepage interfere with the use or threatened, including e-commerce in order to steal the information.

4. If using the Homepage of the law or act contrary to the terms of the ban or public order and morals.

③ Homepage membership Limited eligibility. After suspension, if the same act is repeated twice or more or if the cause is not corrected within 30 days, the “Homepage” may lose membership.

④ If the “Homepage” loses membership, membership registration is canceled. In this case, the member is notified of this and given an opportunity to explain by setting a period of at least 30 days before the membership registration is cancelled.

Article 8 (Notification to Members)

① In the event that the “Homepage” notifies the member, it may be sent to the e-mail address designated by the member in advance with the “Homepage”.

② “Homepage” may replace individual notices by posting on the bulletin board of the “Homepage” for more than one week in the case of a notice to a large number of unspecified members. However, individual notices are given for matters that have a significant impact on the members own transaction.

Article 9 (Application for Purchase)

① Users of Homepage shall apply for purchase on Homepage in the following or similar ways, and Homepage shall provide each of the following information in an easy-to-understand manner when users apply for purchase.

1. Search and select goods, etc.

2. Enter the recipients name, address, phone number and e-mail address (or mobile phone number), etc.

3. Terms and conditions, services with limited subscription withdrawal rights, and delivery fees. Confirmation of the contents related to the cost burden such as installation cost.

4. Indication of agreeing to these terms and conditions and confirming or rejecting matters under subparagraph 3. (ex-> click the mouse)

5. Application for purchase of goods, etc. and confirmation thereof or consent to confirmation of the Homepage.

6. Choice of payment method.

② If it is necessary for the “Homepage” to provide or entrust the purchaser’s personal information to a third party, the purchaser’s consent must be obtained at the time of the actual purchase application, and comprehensive consent is not obtained in advance at the time of membership registration. In this case, the “Homepage” shall indicate to the purchaser the items of personal information to be provided, the recipient, the purpose of use of the recipient’s personal information, and the period of retention and use. However, if there are other provisions in the relevant laws, such as the case of consignment processing of personal information pursuant to Article 25 Paragraph (1) of the 「Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.」, it shall be followed.

Article 10 (The establishment of a contract)

① Homepage may not accept the purchase application as in Article 9 if it falls under any of the following subparagraphs. However, in the case of signing a contract with a minor, if the consent of the legal representative is not obtained, the minor himself or the legal representative must notify that the contract may be canceled.

1. Where there is a falsehood, omission, or error in the contents of the application.

2. In the case where a minor purchases goods and services prohibited by the Youth Protection Act, such as cigarettes and alcohol, etc.

3. In a case where it is determined that consent to other purchase applications is significantly hindered by the Homepage technology.

② The contract is deemed to have been established at the time when the consent of the Homepage reaches the user in the form of a notification of receipt confirmation under Article 12 (1).

③ The expression of consent on the Homepage shall include information on the confirmation and sale of the users purchase application, cancellation of correction of the purchase application, etc.

Article 11 (Payment Method)

The payment method for goods or services purchased on the Homepage may be made in any of the following ways.

1. Transferring various accounts such as internet banking and e-mail banking.

2. Payment by debit card, credit card, etc.

3. Deposit without a bankbook online.

4. Payment by electronic money.

5. Payment upon receipt.

6. Payment by other electronic payment methods, etc.

Article 12 (Notification of Receipt Acknowledgment. Change and Cancellation of Purchase Application)

① Homepage notifies the user of receipt confirmation when there is a purchase application by the user.

② The user who received the acknowledgment notice may request to change or cancel the purchase application immediately after receiving the acknowledgment notice if there is any discrepancy in expression of intention, etc. should be dealt with accordingly. However, if the payment has already been made, the provisions regarding withdrawal of subscription, etc. in Article 15 shall apply.

Article 13 (Supply of Goods)

① Homepage takes other necessary measures, such as custom-made, packaging, etc., so that goods can be delivered within 7-10 days from the date of subscription, unless there is a separate agreement on the timing of supply of goods with the user. However, if the Homepage has already received all or part of the payment for goods, etc., measures shall be taken within 7-10 business days from the date of receipt of all or part of the payment. At this time, the Homepage takes appropriate measures so that users can check the supply procedure and progress of goods.

② Homepage specifies the delivery method, the person responsible for the delivery cost by means, and the delivery period by means for the goods purchased by the user.

Article 14 (Refund)

Homepage notifies the user of the reason without delay when the goods requested by the user cannot be delivered or provided due to reasons such as sold out, and if the goods are paid in advance, refund or refund is taken within 10 business days from the date of receipt.

Article 15 (withdrawal of subscription)

① Users who sign Homepage and property purchase related contracts shall receive the written materials of the contract contents specified in Item 2, Article 13 of the law on consumer protection such as e-commerce (if the supply of goods is later than that when the written materials are received, it refers to the date when the supply of goods or the supply of goods begins) the order can be withdrawn within 7 days. However, if there is a different provision in the Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc. Act regarding the withdrawal of subscription, the provisions of the same Act shall be followed.

② Users cannot return or exchange goods, etc., if they receive them, if they fall under any of the following subparagraphs.

1. If goods, etc., are lost or damaged due to responsible reasons for the user (however, if the packaging, etc. is damaged to check the contents of goods, etc., the subscription may be withdrawn).

2. In the case where the value of goods, etc. is significantly reduced due to the users use or some consumption.

3. In a case where the value of goods, etc. has significantly decreased to the extent that resale is difficult over time.

4. In a case where the value of goods, etc. is significantly reduced to the extent that it is difficult to resell after return due to the buyers non-payment of tax.

5. In the case where it is possible to reproduce goods, etc. with the same performance, the packaging of the original goods, etc. is damaged.

6. In the case of return due to the buyers simple change of mind,

③ In the case of Paragraphs (2) through (4), the withdrawal of subscription by users is not restricted unless the Homepage specifies where consumers can easily see that subscription withdrawal is restricted in advance or provides trial products.

④ Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs (1) and (2), users may withdraw their subscription within three months from the date of supply or 30 days from the date of receipt of the goods, etc., or within the date of knowing or knowing the fact.

Article 16 (Effect of Withdrawal of Subscription)

① “Homepage” refunds the price for goods, etc. already paid within 10 business days when goods are returned from the user. In this case, when the “Homepage” delays the refund of goods, etc. to the user, the delay period is calculated by multiplying the delayed interest rate (deleted in parentheses) as stipulated in Article 21-2 of the 「Enforcement Decree of the Consumer Protection Act in Electronic Commerce, Etc.」 Pay late interest.

② When the user pays for goods, etc. with a payment method such as a credit card or electronic money in refunding the above price, the “Homepage” suspends the payment of goods, etc. by the business that provided the payment method without delay or ask to cancel.

③ In case of withdrawal of subscription, etc., the cost necessary for returning the supplied goods, etc. shall be borne by the user. The “Homepage” does not claim a penalty or compensation for damages from the user for the reason of withdrawal of subscription, etc. However, if the contents of the goods, etc. are different from the displayed or advertised contents or if the contract is performed differently, and the subscription is withdrawn, the cost necessary to return the goods, etc. shall be borne by the “Homepage”.

④ If the user has paid the shipping cost when receiving goods, etc., the “Homepage” clearly indicates who bears the cost when the subscription is withdrawn so that the user can easily understand.

Article 17 (Personal Information Protection)

① “Homepage” collects the minimum amount of personal information to the extent necessary to provide services when collecting personal information of users.

② “Homepage” does not collect in advance the information necessary to fulfill the purchase contract when signing up for membership. However, this is not the case in cases where identification is required prior to a purchase contract in order to fulfill the obligations under the relevant laws and regulations and the minimum amount of specific personal information is collected.

③ When the “Homepage” collects and uses a user’s personal information, it notifies the user of the purpose and obtains consent.

④ “Homepage” cannot use the collected personal information for any purpose other than the intended purpose, and when a new purpose of use occurs or when it is provided to a third party, the purpose of use is notified to the user at the stage of use and provision and consent is obtained. However, there are exceptions if there are other provisions in the relevant laws and regulations.

⑤ If the “Homepage” needs to obtain the user’s consent pursuant to paragraphs (2) and (3), the identity of the person in charge of personal information protection (affiliation, name and phone number, other contact information), the purpose of collection and use of information, and the third Matters stipulated in Article 22 (2) of the 「Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, Etc.」, such as matters related to information provision to persons (recipient, purpose of provision, and content of information to be provided), must be specified or notified in advance, and the user may withdraw this consent at any time.

⑥ Users may at any time request to view and correct errors in their personal information possessed by the “Homepage”, and the “Homepage” is obliged to take necessary measures without delay. If a user requests correction of an error, the Homepage does not use the personal information until the error is corrected.

⑦ “Homepage” shall limit the persons who process the user’s personal information to a minimum for the protection of personal information, and the loss, theft, leakage, provision or alteration of the user’s personal information, including credit cards and bank accounts, to a third party without consent. The user is responsible for any damage caused to the user.

⑧ “Homepage” or a third party who has received personal information from it destroys the personal information without delay when the purpose of collecting or receiving personal information has been achieved.

⑨ Homepage does not set the consent section for the collection, use, and provision of personal information as selected in advance. In addition, services restricted when users refuse consent to collect, use, and provide personal information are specifically specified, and services such as membership are not restricted or rejected due to the users refusal to collect, use, and provide personal information.

Article 18 (Obligations of the “Homepage”)

① “Homepage” does not engage in acts prohibited by laws and these Terms and Conditions or contrary to public order and morals, and does its best to provide goods and services continuously and stably as stipulated in these Terms and Conditions. must do.

② “Homepage” must have a security system to protect users’ personal information (including credit information) so that users can safely use internet services.

③ Homepage shall be responsible for compensating for damages to users by performing unfair display and advertising activities prescribed in Article 3 of the 「Act on Fair Display and Advertisement」 for products or services.

④ “Homepage” does not send commercial e-mails for commercial purposes that users do not want.

Article 19 (Responsibilities for member ID and password)

① Members are responsible for managing ID and password except in the case of Article 17.

② Members shall not allow third parties to use their ID and password.

③ When a member recognizes that user ID and password are stolen or used by a third party, user shall immediately notify the “Homepage” and follow the instructions provided by the “Homepage”.

Article 20 (Obligations of Users)

Users must not engage in the following acts.

1. Registration of false information when applying or changing.

2. Theft of information from others.

3. Change of information posted on “Homepage”.

4. Transmission or posting of information (computer programs, etc.) other than those specified by “Homepage”.

5. Homepage and other third-party rights, including intellectual property rights infringement on.

6. Homepage and other acts of third parties to interfere with or damage the reputation business.

7. obscene or violent messages, video, voice, etc., contrary to public order and morals Disclosing or posting information on the “Homepage”.

Article 21 (Relationship between the linked “Homepage” and sub-linked “Homepage”)

① The parent “Homepage” and the sub-linked “Homepage” are created by hyperlinks (ex-> hyperlinks include text, pictures, and moving images). When linked, the former is called the Linking “Homepage” (Website) and the latter is called the sub-linked “Homepage” (Website).

② In the event that the connected “Homepage” indicates that the connected sub-linked “Homepage” does not take responsibility for guarantees for transactions conducted with users by the goods independently provided by the connected “Homepage” on the initial screen of the connected “Homepage” or on the pop-up screen at the time of connection, it does not assume the guarantee responsibility for the transaction.

Article 22 (Attribution of Copyright and Restriction on Use)

① Copyrights and other intellectual property rights for works created by the “Homepage” belong to the “Homepage”.

② Users shall not reproduce, transmit, publish, distribute, broadcast, or allow third parties to use information to which intellectual property rights belong to the Homepage among the information obtained by using the Homepage without prior consent from the Homepage.

③ Homepage must notify the user when using the copyright belonging to the user according to the agreement.

Article 23 (Dispute Resolution)

① “Homepage” installs and operates a damage compensation handling organization to reflect legitimate opinions or complaints raised by users and to compensate for the damage.

② “Homepage” will prioritize complaints and opinions submitted by users. However, if prompt processing is difficult, the reason and processing schedule will be immediately notified to the user.

③ In the event of a users application for damage relief in relation to an e-commerce dispute between the Homepage and the user, the Fair Trade Commission or the dispute mediation agency commissioned by the Mayor/Do Governor may follow the mediation.

Article 24 (Judgment Rights and Governing Law)

① The lawsuit regarding the e-commerce dispute between the Homepage and the user shall be governed by the address of the user at the time of filing, and if there is no address, it shall be under the exclusive jurisdiction of the district court in charge of the residence. However, if the address or residence of the user is not clear at the time of filing a lawsuit or if a foreign resident is present, it shall be filed with the competent court under the Civil Procedure Act.

② Korean law applies to e-commerce lawsuits filed between the “Homepage” and users.

Addendum (Enforcement Date)

These Terms and Conditions are effective from December 2, 2021.