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Analyzing Past Real Estate Transaction Data in Korea so You Don’t Overpay

  • D.CAMP 551, Seolleung-ro, Gangnam-gu Seoul South Korea (map)

(You can sign up for this event via our Meetup GroupFacebook Group, or Facebook Page.)

How much is a property worth? How do you know whether it’s undervalued or overpriced? How do you know whether you’re getting a good deal?

Our speaker at this month's event is John Choi. John used to be corporate bond trader and has extensive experience analyzing and purchasing quick sales and pre-foreclosures. His professional experience has given him a unique insight into the Korean real estate market, an insight that he has leveraged to invest a his own portfolio of properties.

In his presentation, John will introduce the tools he uses to find historic sales data and discuss how he uses this data to inform his real estate investment decisions. He’ll look at recent and nearby transaction data and make a number of observations based on his years of experience in the real estate field.

John will also share with the group some active investments he's currently working on and how you can get involved if interested.

Date/time: Wednesday, March 8 from 7pm to 9pm


  • 19:00-19:30 Networking
  • 19:30-20:30 Presentation
  • 20:30-21:00 Networking

Venue: This event will take place on the 4th floor of D.CAMP.

Location: 551, Seolleung-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul (Google Map) / 서울특별시 강남구 선릉로 551 (Naver Map)


Directions: Go out of Seonjeongneung Station (선정릉역) Exit 4. Turn around 180 degrees and walk around the corner. You’ll walk past a café called BrownHaus Coffee on your right. Walk for a further 275 meters down the hill. D.CAMP will be on your right. 

Participation fee: 10,000 won (payable in cash on the door

Language: This presentation will be given in Korean. Martin Bax will provide free Korean-to-English interpretation. Martin is a trained interpreter and a graduate of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. If you'd like to talk to Martin about his services, he can be reached by email at