Audio streaming giant Spotify said on Tuesday that it has launched its service in South Korea.

South Koreans can now access over 60 million tracks and over 4 billion playlists from around the world, as well as enjoy personalized music recommendations and discover new music.

Spotify debuted its first K-Pop playlist in 2014. The genre has been streamed more than 180 billion minutes and listeners have added K-Pop tracks to over 120 million playlists on Spotify, the company said. The amount of K-Pop played in the service has increased by 2,000% in the past six years, it added.  

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South Korean consumers will be offered two price plans — one costing 10,900 won per month ($9.80) for one subscriber and another costing 16,350 won ($16.70) that can be used by two people.

Users can try the service for free for 7 days without credit card information and for 3 months with credit card information if they subscribe before the end of June.

Music lovers in Korea can stream Spotify’s broad music catalogue, spanning everything from the country’s own K-Pop to Latin American reggaeton, European electronic, and beyond. 

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