MySpace expands in Korea

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MySpace has just expanded to Korea, trying to penetrate in a highly competitive market which is dominated by local social sites. The service owned by News Corporation, will have exclusive features that will not be seen on the US or any other international markets; like “minilogs”, a type of online notebook which users can make entries.

The US-based site will face strong competition from the market leader Cyworld, which has 18 million users, but has presented itself a new design that is different than the other versions as well.

MySpace has also plans to expand into India soon.