Welcome to Campus Seoul
Google's space for growing startups.
Discover our spaces
Google began as a startup in a garage and we’re passionate about helping entrepreneurs succeed. We believe in the convening power of physical space, so we create Campuses—hubs where entrepreneurs can discover a supportive community, get to work on their big idea, and gain access to critical resources like mentorship and technical training. Entrepreneurs build transformative products that can solve some of our biggest challenges. These same entrepreneurs also create jobs, strengthen economies, and improve the web.
Campus Cafe and Garden: Our member-dedicated space offers a vibrant atmosphere full of like-minded people and opportunities for our members.
Creator Studio: The Creator Studio is an advanced video and audio recording studio with high-end production equipment.
Residency Space: We provide the right environment for startups to flourish. From dedicated seats to innovative meeting rooms, get access to the best of Google's products, connections, and practices.
- Mike Kim (Head of Google for Startups, Korea)
- Jessica Chang (Startup Partner Manager)
- Jenny Park (Marketing Manager)
- Diana Hwang (APAC Brand Specialist)
- Pilhwan Han (AV Coordinator)
Strong Ventures is a seed fund, based in California, that finances, supports, and mentors Korean-Global entrepreneurs, empowering them to build strong ventures and to break successfully into the global market.
Maru 180 is a startup incubator, founded by Asan Nanum Foundation, that incubates and fosters start-up businesses physically and financially.
Shinhan Square Bridge Incheon is a startup business accelerator that offers various programs to help fund, grow, and expand innovative tech, bio, and healthcare startups.
Goodwater Capital is a global venture capital firm that discovers and invests in promising local startups.
Location and hours
B2 Autoway Tower
Monday to Friday 9am–9pm
Closed on national holidays
(Reception: Monday to Friday 9am–6pm)
Google for Startups stats
50% of startups
that participated in programs directly run by Google for Startups in 2021 were women-led startups.
3,300 jobs were created
by the Google for Startups community network in Korea since 2015.
USD $444M in funding raised
by Google for Startups community startups in Korea since 2015.