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  • Registration
    How can I register to participate in the ComeUp event?
    The event registration for ComeUp is only available through the official website (http://www.kcomeup.com). You can register for the event after you join our membership. Applications will not be accepted through mail or fax.
  • Program information
    How much does the admission cost?
    This event is free of charge.
  • Program information
    Where can I park?
    The venue (DDP) has a paid parking lot. The parking fee is 400 won for every 5 minutes (4,800 won/hr), and up to 50,000 won for the entire day.

    Due to the nature of the venue, it attracts many visitors and traffic is often congested in this area. We recommend taking public transportation for your safety and convenience.
  • Program information
    How do I get to the venue?
    On subway, get off at Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station on lines 2, 4, and 5, and take the exit 1 or 2. On bus, get off at Dongdaemun History and Culture Park stop. Check out the itinerary on the DDP website under About Us > Directions.
  • Registration
    How do I cancel my event registration (membership registration)?
    You can cancel your event registration (membership registration) on the Comeup website. After logging in, click “My Page” on top, then click “Manage registration” to check your registration status. Once you click “Cancel registration“ to cancel both the event registration and membership.
  • Website
    I forgot my log-in ID and password.
    When you forgot your log-in ID and password, click the “Find ID/Password” button at log-in screen and enter personal information on ID/Password retrieval page to receive the information through the e-mail address you registered with.
  • Website
    I registered on the website, but the confirmation e-mail still hasn’t come.
    In most cases, you can find the confirmation e-mail in your junk folder. Move the confirmation e-mail from your junk folder to inbox and click the confirmation mail button. If you can’t find it in your junk folder, sometimes semi-public institutions or school (college)’s e-mail servers have firewalls that may block certain e-mail addresses. In this case, we recommend inquiring your institution’s network management office or registering through personal e-mail accounts (ex. Naver, Daum, etc).

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