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500 Startups launches $15M microfund for South Korea, calls it 500 Kimchi

Jess Erickson
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March 01, 2015

500 Startups today announced the launch of its latest microfund, 500 Kimchi. The US$15 million fund will target early stage startups in South Korea’s mobile space. Tim Chae, former entrepreneur in residence at 500 Startups and a K-Pop instructor, takes the helm as 500 Kimchi’s investing partner.

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