Unfortunately, we are still working on launching U.S. credit card applications with South Korean credit history. You can sign up for our waitlist below, and we'll let you know when we're live.
We still recommend applying for a U.S. credit card so you can start building credit as soon as possible. We've also already unlocked rental applications for South Korean newcomers. More information on that below!
Even though you cannot yet use your Korean credit report in the U.S., we still recommend applying for a credit card to build U.S. credit history as early as possible. See a list of credit cards that could be a fit for Koreans in the United States.Explore Credit Cards
Renting an apartment without a U.S. credit score can be hard, and often requires an increased deposit. We work with a number of tenant screening platforms to help you use your credit from another country. Ask your landlord if they use Yardi, Intellirent, or First Advantage to evaluate your rental application. Questions? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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