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Terms of Service (Required)

Article 1 (Purpose)

These terms serve the purpose of concretely laying out the various responsibilities necessary for the management of the services provided by PeaceTV (www.ipeacetv.com, hereafter referred to as ‘site’).

Article 2 (Effects and Alterations of the Terms)
A. The terms and conditions are listed at the time of member registration and come into effect through the members’ agreement.
B. Any provisions which do not fall under the realm of the Framework Act on Electronic Commerce, the Digital Signature Act or the law regarding the promotion of information and communication network use may be revised in the terms of the site.
C. In the case of a revision of the terms of use, the site will clearly state the date the policy comes into effect and the reasons for revision, and will make these conditions public seven days before the policy comes into effect.
D. In the case that a member is unable to agree to the revisions of the terms and conditions, that member may request withdrawal from the site. Continued use of services after the revisions in the terms of use will be considered as agreement to the terms.
E. Any articles that are not outlined in the terms and conditions fall under the regulation of the Telecommunications Framework Act, the Telecommunications Business Act, and the law regarding the promotion of information and communication network use.
Article 3 (Definition of Terminology)

The following article outlines the terminology used in the terms of use.

A. User: Any member or non-member who accesses the site and receives its services according to the terms of use.
B. Member: One who agrees to the terms of the site and goes through the process of member registration in order to receive a user ID.
C. Non-member: One who receives the services of the site without going through the member registration process.
D. ID: Any combination of numbers or letters selected by a member and approved by the company, used to distinguish members and make use of the membership services.
E. Password: The combination of letters and numbers decided by a member after receipt of ID and confirmation of membership.
F. Cancellation: Cancellation of the usage contract after a member or the site has completed their use of the services.
Article 4 (Member Registration)
A. A member is considered to agree with the terms and conditions when he or she clicks on the “agree” button when applying for member registration.
B. Applicants must enter the articles requested in the site’s application form in order to apply for member registration.
C. If one enters false information in the member registration application form, he or she can be denied membership or receive limited access to usage of services.
D. The site allows the application for member registration without any special exceptions or circumstances.
E. The site may deny applications for any of the following reasons.
  • 1. One applies under a false name or steals another person’s identity.
  • 2. One enters false or incomplete information into the application form at the time of member registration.
  • 3. One applies for member registration through illegal methods.
  • 4. One is forced to resign for bad behavior.
  • 5. When the site recognizes any other reason to deny application.
Article 5 (Protection of Personal Information)
A. The site collects the smallest possible amount of information on each user. At the time of registration, each member's name, ID, password, and other necessary items must be entered. Members may refuse to enter any other information.
B. In addition to member registration, the site may collect members' additional information for community activities, use of sensitive information, or participation in various events. The site will first receive permission from the members in such instances.
C. The site may not reveal or distribute members' personal information to any third party without the express permission of the member in question or use members' information for business reasons except in the following circumstances.
  • 1. The site may give members' minimal personal information (name, address, phone number) to shipping companies in the case of shipping transactions.
  • 2. When providing non-specific, indistinguishable member information for statistics, academic or market research.
  • 3. In the case that a public institution requires information for a related act or law.
  • 4. When sharing articles required by the bank.
Article 6 (Alterations in Personal Information)
A. Users can, at any time, access and alter their personal information through the member information alteration menu. However, basic information such as name and ID cannot be altered. In the instance that a member wishes to change his or her ID, he or she must first cancel his or her current account and re-register.
B. If the personal information entered by a member at the time of application changes, that member must personally alter his or her online information. Any complications resulting from unchanged member information is the responsibility of the member.
Article 7 (Obligations of the Site)
A. As long as there are no special circumstances, users can begin to use the services of the site on the day of member registration.
B. The site will continuously strive to provide secure service, and will work hard to quickly repair and restore any problems or obstacles in the website should they appear. However, in the case of a natural disaster or emergency situation, services may inevitably be cut off or suspended.
C. The site will go through a proper process to decide whether members' opinions or complaints about the services are valid, and will deal with them accordingly. However, in the case of complications, the site will immediately inform the users of the reasons and dates of processing.
D. In order to protect the personal information of the members, the site will publicly follow the privacy agreement.
E. After a user signs the user agreement, the site will exert utmost efforts to ensure that all processes related to the changes or cancellation of the contract are as convenient as possible for the user.
Article 8 (Obligations of the Members)
A. Members must abide by the terms and conditions outlined in the service introduction, as well as any precautions, notices or announcements given by the site. Members must not perform any actions that disrupt the operations of the site.
B. Members have full responsibility over their ID and password. Members must take full responsibility for any problems that may arise from careless or illegal use of one's ID or password.
C. If a member's ID or password is used illegally, that member must immediately report the event to the site. A member must assume full responsibility for all problems that may arise in the instance that he or she does not report the event to the site.
D. Members must comply with all service user restrictions posted separately by the site.
E. Members may not use the site's services for business without prior consent from the site. The site will take no responsibility for any results of business or members that violate the terms and conditions of the site. In the event that the site receives damages through business activities of a member, that member is fully liable to compensate the site for damages received.
F. Members may not use the authority of services without the explicit agreement of the site, and may not transfer their contractual status to any third party, or provide it for use as collateral.
G. Members may not perform any of the following actions in regards to usage of services.
  • 1. Theft of another member's ID, password or resident registration number.
  • 2. Acquisition of the site's cyber property or points through improper methods.
  • 3. The reproduction of information obtained through the site's services without prior permission for the sake of distribution to third parties through publishing or broadcast.
  • 4. The illegal circulation of patents, trademarks, confidential business information, copyrights or other intellectual property through email, postings, or other methods.
  • 5. Circulation of lewd or obscene information, writing or graphics that disturb public order and morals, through postings, messages, email or other methods.
  • 6. Circulation of insulting or threatening material that may violate others' privacy through postings, messages, email or other methods.
  • 7. Actions that may be objectively perceived as being linked with criminal activity.
  • 8. Collecting or saving the personal information of other users without the permission of the site.
  • 9. Any actions that violate related laws.
Article 9 (Member Postings)

Any posts or records by members that conform to the following articles of service content may be deleted without prior notice.

A. Any content that slanders, defames, or otherwise damages the reputation of any other member or third party.
B. Any content that violates public morals or disrupts public order.
C. Any content that is connected to criminal activity.
D. Any content that violates the copyright of the site or any third party.
E. Any content that has exceeded the regulated posting period of the site.
F. Any post by a member on their homepage or message forum of lewd content or links to lewd websites.
G. Any posts that are unrelated to the theme of the corresponding message board.
H. Any content that violates other related laws.
Article 10 (Copyright of Posts)

The service reserves the following rights to content published on the site.

A. Liability and rights for posted content lie with the poster. Posted content cannot be published within the realm of the service for profit without the agreement of the poster.
B. However, posts may be published for non-profit use and the site retains these rights within the realm of the service.
C. Members cannot process or sell content acquired through the services of the site, or use published content for commercial profit.
D. Posts or concepts published on the site may not be sent to other websites or mediums without due notice or permission. In the event that this rule is violated, sanctions will be placed on the offending user, beginning with the cancellation of his or her member account.
Article 11 (Mail Use, etc.)
A. The site may send necessary information related to service usage to members through public notifications or email.
B. The email addresses of involved parties are listed in the site's catalog. These email addresses can only be accessed by site personnel and site moderators.
Article 12 (Publishing of Advertisements and Dealings with Advertisers)
A. The site may publish advertisements for profit in order to provide continuous quality service to the members. Usage of services is considered as agreement with the publishing of advertisements on the site.
B. The site is not liable for any damages received by members through transactions or dealings with advertisers through the site's services.
Article 13 (Time Use of Services)
A. The business and technology services provided by the site are to be available 24 hours a day, as long as there are no special issues. However, this does not apply to those times or dates that the site designates for periodical inspection.
B. The site's services are divided into different realms, each with their own schedule. The time that services are available may be separately decided by each department. In the event of a schedule change, the site will make a public announcement regarding the situation.
Article 14 (Discontinuation of Service Provided, etc.)
A. The site may cease to provide services in any of the following circumstances.
  • 1. The site's facilities are under construction and must unavoidably shut down.
  • 2. The key telecommunications service provider designated by the Telecommunications Business Act shuts down telecommunication services.
  • 3. Any other uncontrollable circumstances.
B. In the event of a national emergency, natural disaster, technical problems with the site, excess of internet traffic or any other obstacle to working service, the site or a part of the site may be limited or suspended.
C. Should the events detailed in articles A or B arise, causing suspension or limited use of the site, the site will immediately inform the members of the reasons for and period of suspension.
Article 15 (Cancellation of Contract and Limits on Usage)
A. In the event that a member wishes to terminate their contract of usage with the site, he or she must apply online to cancel their membership through the site.
B. The site may terminate a member's contract without prior warning or enforce a period of suspension for any of the following reasons.
  • 1. Theft of another member's ID, password or personal information.
  • 2. Application for membership with a false name.
  • 3. Possession of multiple IDs by one user.
  • 4. Slander of another person's reputation or improper conduct towards another person.
  • 5. Infringement of the intellectual property rights of the site, another member or any third party.
  • 6. Intentional disruption of public order and morals.
  • 7. Any plan or action to disrupt national or societal public interest through use of the site's services.
  • 8. Deliberate hindrance or disturbance of a service moderator or manager.
  • 9. Distribution of mass information or advertisements with the goal of hindering the secure management of the site's services.
  • 10. Circulation of computer viruses or other programs that may cause destruction or malfunction of information and telecommunication facilities.
  • 11. Request of amendment from the Korea Internet Safety Commission or other external agency, or the receipt of authoritative interpretation by the National Election Commission for illegal election campaigning.
  • 12. Commercial reproduction or circulation of information acquired through the site's services without the prior permission of the site.
  • 13. Any action that violates the terms and conditions of the site.
Article 16 (Compensation for Damages)

The site is not liable for any damages received by members through its free services.

Article 17 (Exemption Provisions)
A. The site is exempt from liability for provision of services in the event of a natural disaster or other uncontrollable circumstances.
B. The site is exempt from liability for hindrances in the services caused by the members.
C. The site is exempt from liability for the loss of data acquired by the members through the site's services.
D. The site is exempt from liability for the credibility of information, data or facts published by the members.
E. The site is exempt from liability for any losses or damages sustained through the intentional actions or negligence of the members.
Article 18 (Competent Court)

In the event that a dispute arises through use of the site's services, all lawsuits will be carried out exclusively under the jurisdiction of the site headquarters location.

Additional Clauses
(Date of Effect) These terms and conditions are effective from January 1st, 2018.

Privacy Policy(Required)

1. Personal Information Processing Policy

The personal information of the members is collected at the time of the establishment of each member's usage contract (member identification, opinions, etc.) in order to carry out services and inform members about new services and events.
Furthermore, the company may use members' personal information to provide convenient and varied services to members through advertisements and marketing sent through email, SMS (phone messaging) etc. Members may at any time refuse such emails and messages.

2. Articles Concerning the Collection of Personal Information

The company may collect personal information on the members through the website, message boards, telephone, fax and mail. The company will collect the smallest possible amount of personal information in order to provide quality service, and will request additional information if necessary. Members provide their personal information to the company on the registration page in the following categories.

① Articles Collected at Time of Member Registration
Articles Collected at Time of Member Registration
Mandatory Information Name (Real Name), ID, password, nationality, date of birth, email
Optional Information Phone number, gender, agree to emails
② Additional Information that may be obtained by the company for business transactions or service use.
Additional Collection of Information
Additional Collection
of Information
Outgoing/incoming numbers, time of phone calls, frequency of use, time and records of use of services, access logs, cookies, IP addresses, records of suspension of use, and individualized services provided
3. Retention of Personal Information and Period of Usage

The company will retain members' personal information throughout the period of provision of services to members (Period of Usage) and any period of dispute settlement (Retention Period). After these actions have been completed and all goals for collection of personal information have been met, the company will immediately use a special technological process to permanently destroy all records of collected personal information.

Period of Usage
Period of
Beginning on the day of registration for services until the day of termination of contract
Retention Period 15 days following the termination of contract in order to prevent recurrence of illegal usage by disorderly members and to provide cross protection for the service

However, the following information may be preserved for a set period of time for any of the reasons stated below.

① Reasons to preserve information due to internal company policies
    - Records of illegal usage
  • Reason for preservation: Prevention of Illegal usage
  • Period of preservation: 1 year
② The reason for holding information under relevant laws and regulations
Reasons to preserve information due to related statutesAccording to the related statute laws regarding the protection of consumers in e-commerce, the company may retain personal information of members for a period of time designated by the related statute if the need arises. In this event, the company may only retain the information for this purpose. The period of preservation is stated below.
    - Records of visits to the website
  • Reason for preservation: Protection of Communication Privacy Act
  • Period of preservation: 3 months
  • - Records regarding complaints of consumers and dispute settlement
  • Reason for preservation: Laws regarding the protection of consumers in e-commerce
  • Period of preservation: 3 years
  • - Records regarding subscription or contract withdrawal rights
  • Reason for preservation: Laws regarding the protection of consumers in e-commerce
  • Period of preservation: 5 years
  • - Records regarding payments, goods and suppliers
  • Reason for preservation: Laws regarding the protection of consumers in e-commerce
  • Period of preservation: 5 years
4. Process and Method of Destruction of Personal Information

After the collected information has served its purpose of providing customer service, it is moved to a separate database where it is saved for a period of time designated by internal policies and other related laws. After this period, information is destroyed through one of the various methods listed below. Any information moved to this separate database cannot be used for any purpose other than lawful retention.

Destruction of Personal Information
Data to be
Customer information that has completed the period of preservation according to legislation.
Method of
1) All written records of personal information will be either shredded or incinerated.
2) All electronic files recorded in the database will be permanently deleted through a special technological process.
5. Exercise of the Authority of Users and/or Legal Guardians
① Users may at any time access or revise their personal information. They may also request a termination of their membership.
② If a user wishes to access or edit his or her personal information, he or she can click on the "edit personal information" button under "personal information." If a user wishes to terminate his or her membership.(i.e. withdraw consent), he or she can click on the "membership withdrawal" button under "personal information." After going through the process of confirmation, the user can then read or edit his or her preferences, as well as terminate his or her membership.
③ This process can also be carried out by contacting the customer center through telephone or email.
④ In the event that a customer wishes to correct an error in their personal information, he or she will be unable to use or provide his or her personal information until it has been corrected. In the event that incorrect personal information has already been sent to a third party, the company will immediately send the corrected information to the third party as soon as possible.
⑤ The company will manage the cancelled or deleted personal information of users according to the "collection and storage usage period of personal information." In any other circumstances, the company will exert its best efforts to ensure that personal information cannot be accessed or used.
6. Articles Regarding the Refusal of Automatic Personal Information Collection Installation/Management

The company saves user information and often makes use of 'cookies' in order to provide specialized service to the users. Cookies send small amounts of information from the user's web browser and sometimes save them to PC hard disks. When the user accesses a website, the company's servers read the content collected in cookies embedded in the user's web browser, and through this collection of extra information, is able to provide service without the extra input of one's name.

① Purpose of Using Cookies
Cookies can recognize a user's computer, but they do not distinguish personal users from one another. Through the use of cookies, the company is able to provide more convenient service to the user by understanding more about the scale and type of users, as well as information about visits and user services. Users may control the use of cookies through adjusting their web browser options.
In other words, users can either accept all cookies, receive notifications when cookies are put into use, or refuse the use of all cookies. However, users must allow the use of cookies when they access the company's website at log-in in order to make use of the company's services. For future reference, the company is not liable to protect the user from collection of personal information by any external websites that are linked to the company.
② Installation/Management and Refusal of Cookies
- The user retains the right to choose whether or not he or she will allow the installation of cookies. Therefore, the user may use their web browser options to allow the use of all cookies, to receive notifications any time cookies are saved or to deny the saving of all cookies.
- If the user chooses not to install cookies, he or she can choose through his or her web browser options to allow the use of all cookies, to receive notifications any time cookies are saved, or to deny the saving of all cookies.
- Model Installation Method (Internet Explorer): Web browser top tools menu > Internet Options > Personal Information
- Denying the use of cookies could create difficulties in accessing necessary parts of the company's services during login.
7. Managing Steps and Technologies for the Protection of Personal Information

The company employs the following management strategies and technologies to protect the personal information of customers.

- Security system involving passwords
- Computer virus prevention methods involving vaccination programs
- Encrypted firewalls for the safe transmission of personal information
- Systems installed to block external invasion from hackers, etc
- Employment of the smallest possible amount of personnel handling personal information

The company implements regular moral education regarding the protection of personal information, and regards the maintenance of security of members' accounts and protection of personal information to be of the utmost priority. The liability for the maintenance of the protection of one's account lies with each individual member. The company will not, under any circumstances, ever directly ask for the members' passwords. Thus, it is the personal responsibility of each member to keep his or her password from leaking into the hands of others.

8. Other Provisions of Usage to Third Parties (Sharing)
- The company will not share the personal information provided by any user or member with any external third party without the member or user's permission. However, the company may do so in any of the following circumstances:
  • ① The company has obtained permission from the user or member.
  • ② The user has violated the terms of use of the company.
  • ③ The user has brought about mental or material damage to another person through the services of the company, and there is substantial grounds for publicizing that user's personal information in order to take legal action.
  • ④ Any other circumstances required by the law in good faith.
  • ⑤ When providing non-specific, indistinguishable member information for statistics, academic or market research.
- Furthermore, in any of these circumstances, the company may provide basic personal information gathered from the members (limited to name, email address, telephone number) to affiliated companies in order to provide more convenient service to the members. Members can at any time reject unwanted services through email.
9. Personnel in Charge of Management of Personal Information

The company designates the personnel in charge of the protection and management of personal information.

- Responsible Personnel for Handling Personal Information: Jeon Jeong Cheol. Email address: jcjeon59@ipeacetv.com
- Designated Personnel for Handling Personal Information: Jeon Jeong Cheol. Email address: jcjeon59@ipeacetv.com
- Inquiries about Personal Information: 82-31-589-0583
10. Complaints and Dispute Settlements regarding Personal Information

Users who wish to receive compensation for damages received through violation of personal information may contact the personnel in charge of personal information. Such users may also contact the branch of the Korea Information Security Agency, the Personal Information Violation Report Center (tel. (02)1336 or http://www.cyberprivacy.or.kr), to apply for mediation.

Additional Clauses

(Date of Effect) These terms and conditions are effective from May 1st, 2018.