Chapter 1. General Policy.
Article 1 (Purpose)
These terms and conditions are aimed at stipulating the terms and conditions of subscription and other necessary matters concerning the use of "mealligram" and linked brand services (hereinafter "services") provided by the company through websites, apps, and applications between Kilo Co., Ltd. ("Company").
These terms and conditions shall take effect on all members who wish to use the service.
The revised terms and conditions are effective by being disclosed online on the service website and inside the application. If the company changes the terms and conditions, it shall disclose them without delay, and if important matters related to the rights or obligations of members are amended, it shall disclose them in advance.
Agreeing to these terms and conditions means that you agree to visit the service website regularly to check the changes to the terms and conditions. The company is not responsible for the damage caused by the user's failure to recognize the changed terms and conditions. Members who disagree with the changed terms and conditions may request withdrawal (termination), and if they continue to use the service without expressing any objection or rejection within seven days from the date of disclosure of the terms and conditions, they are considered to have agreed to the terms and conditions.
Article 3 (Terms and other rules)
These terms and conditions apply with instructions on the use of individual services provided by the company. Matters not specified in these terms and conditions will be replaced by guidance by relevant laws and services.
Article 4 (Definition of terms)
"Member" refers to a person who has completed and utilizes membership after installing the service provided by the "Company" and is continuously able to use the service provided by the "Company".
Depending on whether you are purchasing a subscription using the service at this point, express it as "paid member" and "free member", respectively.
The term "ID" means a combination of letters and numbers determined by a member and approved by the company to use the services provided by the "company".
The term "password" means a combination of English, numbers, or special characters set by the "member" that matches the "ID" assigned to the "member" to confirm that it is a "member" and to protect the confidentiality.
The term "service" means mealligram and tangible/intangible assets linked to "members" provided by "Company".
The term "service homepage" means our Internet site where "members" can check mealligram and linked brand services operated by "company" online.
"Application (App)" is a means of using services provided by "Company" by "Member" and can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store operated by Google and Apple.
"Function" is an element that constitutes "service" in "Application," and is a name that largely integrates elements such as "Record," "Group," "Statistics," "Exploration," and "My Page”.
Chapter 2. Contract for Use.
Article 5 (Estitution of Use Agreement)
The contract of use is established by the member's consent to these terms and conditions and completion of the membership registration process, and the company posts it on the service use application screen, and the member recognizes and completes the application.
The contract shall remain valid between the company and its members until the terms and conditions of use are changed or terminated by the company, or services such as withdrawal of the contract and restriction of use are not normally available.
Article 6 (Application for Service Use)
Those who wish to join this service as a member must fill out and submit all information (ID, password, etc.) requested by the company. All members must provide their own email address to use the service, and those who do not fill it out properly cannot claim any rights. If you steal a third name or use it in an illegal way, you may be punished by relevant laws and regulations.
The company can differentiate the use of members who use this service by classifying them by grade and subdividing the functions that can be used.
Article 7 (Provide and Change of Service)
The company provides the following services to members.
① A service that allows members to directly or indirectly record and manage health care records.
② All services that the company develops for healthy weight management, such as sharing records and content recommendations between groups, or provides to members through cooperative contracts with other companies.
The company can notify the contents and delivery date of the service to be changed when the service is changed through the website, and change the service and provide it to the members.
Article 8 (Protection and Use of Personal Information)
The company is obligated to protect and respect customers' personal information.
The company can use separate events and marketing activities and other personal information collected in the process of using services provided by the company to guide the service and use them only for the purpose of providing services specified in the terms and conditions.
The company cannot disclose the personal information of customers acquired in connection with the provision of services to a third party without their consent, and other details are subject to the Information and Communication Protection Act.
However, it may be provided as an exception in any of the following cases.
① Where it is necessary for statistics preparation, academic research, or market research, and is processed and provided in a form that cannot identify a specific individual.
② In a case where there is a request from the relevant agency in accordance with the procedures and methods prescribed for investigative purposes pursuant to relevant laws and regulations,
③ If there are special provisions in other laws,
④ In the event that the Information and Communication Ethics Committee requests in accordance with relevant statutes,
⑤ In the case of providing more professional and diverse services to members,
If the company uses personal information to provide members with professional and diverse services under paragraph 5, it provides services jointly with external professional operators with the consent of members, and specifies the name, purpose of sharing, and sharing information of the professional operator. In providing joint services with external professional operators, the minimum information necessary for joint services such as members' names and contacts can be shared, and the shared information is strictly protected and managed as follows.
① The information shared is not used for any purpose other than the professional service.
② In the process of providing the service, if a member does not express his or her consent to the service or expresses his or her rejection in advance, the minimum information will not be shared with a professional operator.
Members' consent to the use of personal information under paragraph (4) may be replaced by consent to these terms and conditions.
Members can withdraw their consent to the collection and use of personal information provided to the company whenever they want, and withdrawal of the above consent consists of applying for termination.
Article 9 (Acceptance and restriction of application for use)
In principle, the company approves the use of the service to customers who apply for use pursuant to Article 6 if there is no technical or technical obstacle.
The company may not accept the use if it falls under the following.
① In the case of an application under the name of another person or not real name,
② In a case where the contents of the application for membership registration are falsely stated,
③ In a case where this service is intended to be used for fraudulent purposes,
④In the case of using this service for the purpose of pursuing profit,
⑤ In a case where it is determined that it may cause damage to the company's service provision,
⑥ In a case where the applicant for membership has previously lost his/her membership (except in cases where one year has elapsed since the loss of membership and has obtained approval for re-registration of the company).
⑦ In a case where an application is filed in violation of all other prescribed matters,
If the customer who applies for use is under the age of 13, it can only be used with the location information service turned off in the setting of the device where the service is installed according to the relevant laws and regulations. If the customer who applies for use cannot directly turn off the setting of the location information service, the company induces parents or legal guardians to help.
Article 10 (User ID assignment, change, etc.)
The company grants the member ID to the customer as prescribed by the terms and conditions.
In principle, the member ID cannot be changed, and if you want to change it due to unavoidable reasons, you must cancel and re-subscribe the ID.
The member ID may be changed at the request of the customer or company if it falls under any of the following subparagraphs.
① In a case where the member ID is registered as the user's phone number or resident registration number, etc., and there is a concern of privacy infringement.
② In the case of giving disgust to others or committing an act that goes against customs and customs,
③ If there are other reasonable reasons,
In the case of paragraph (3), the company may request additional data to prove to the member that it is the user himself. Members are obligated to respond sincerely and truthfully to this, and if it is not proven, it cannot be changed.
The member is responsible for the management of the member ID and password, and the member must bear full responsibility for damages in using the service or illegal use by a third party caused by neglecting the management responsibility.
If a member recognizes that his/her ID and password have been stolen or is being used by a third party, he/she should notify the company immediately and follow the company's guidance.
Chapter 3. Obligations of the Contracting Parties.
Article 11 (Company's Obligation)
Unless there are special circumstances, the company must continuously and stably provide services to its members.
The company establishes a security system for personal information protection and discloses and complies with personal information handling policies.
The company should take appropriate measures if the opinions or complaints raised by the members are deemed justifiable.
If the company is unable to provide normal services due to urgent system inspections, national emergencies, equipment failures, or flooding of service users, the company will notify the members of the reasons and duration in advance or afterwards.
Article 12 (User's Duty)
Users must fill out all matters based on facts when applying for membership or changing membership information, and if they register using false or other people's information, they cannot claim any rights as a "member."
If there is a change in the usage contract, the member must immediately inform the company through the necessary procedures.
Members shall comply with all regulations and company announcements, such as these terms and conditions and related laws, and shall not interfere with the company's business or damage the company's reputation.
Members are not allowed to engage in business activities using services without prior consent from the company, and the company is not responsible for the business activities. In addition, members are liable for damages if they cause damage to the company through the above business activities.
Members should not infringe on intellectual property rights of the company and third parties.
The company may take appropriate restrictions, such as restrictions on members' use of services, if members engage in the following acts.
① The act of registering false information when applying for membership registration or changing membership information. ② The act of stealing personal information such as ID and password of another user. ③ The act of trading user IDs with others. ④ The act of impersonating a company's management, employee, or person concerned. ⑤ The act of arbitrarily changing the company's application program, hacking the company's server, or changing some or all of the website or posted information without being granted special rights by the company. ⑥ An act of harming or intentionally interfering with the services provided by the company. ⑦ The act of copying information obtained through this service for purposes other than the use of the service without prior consent of the company, using it for publication, broadcasting, etc., or providing it to a third party. ⑧ The act of transmitting, posting, e-mailing, or distributing low-speed, obscene information, sentences, figures, sound, videos to others in violation of public order and customs and customs. ⑨ The act of transmitting, posting, e-mailing, or distributing content that is insulting or personal information that may infringe on another person's honor or privacy to another person. ⑩ The act of harassing or threatening another user, encouraging disturbance to multiple users, or constantly causing pain or inconvenience to a particular user. ⑪ The act of collecting or storing other users' personal information without obtaining approval from the company. ⑫ An act that is objectively judged to be associated with a crime. ⑬ Violation of all regulations or conditions of use prescribed by other companies, including these terms and conditions. ⑭ Other acts that violate relevant laws and regulations.
If the same act is repeated more than twice after the company restricts or suspends membership, or if the reason is not corrected within 30 days, the company may lose its membership. If the company loses its membership, the membership registration is canceled. In this case, the member is notified of this and an opportunity to explain for a period of 30 days before the cancellation of the membership registration is given.
Article 13 (Management of Posts)
The company may delete, move, or refuse to register if any of the following posts or materials are posted in a space open to third parties, such as the "open group" function, without prior notice.
① In the case of severely insulting or damaging another member or a third party
② In the case of disseminating or linking information that violates public order and customs and customs
③ In the case of promoting illegal copying or hacking
④ In the case of commercial advertisements
⑤ In the case of content that is objectively recognized as being associated with a crime
⑥ In the case of infringement of other rights such as copyright of another user or a third party, etc.
⑦ In a case where it violates the principle of posting prescribed by the company or does not conform to the nature of the bulletin board
⑧ In a case where it is deemed to violate other relevant laws and regulations
Article 14 (Copyright for Posts)
Copyright of posts posted within the service belongs to the posted member. If the above post violates the intellectual property rights of a third party, all responsibility is borne by the member who posted the post, and if the company receives a claim for damages from another person, the member shall endeavor to indemnify the company and compensate the company for all damages.
The company cannot use posts commercially without the consent of the publisher. However, you have the right to post it within the service.
Members may not use data posted on the service, such as processing and selling information acquired using the service, for profit or to have a third party use it.
The company may delete or refuse to register if it determines that the contents or posts in the service posted or registered by the member fall under each subparagraph of Article 15.
Article 15 (Precautions for Downloads, etc.)
The company recommends downloading applications through the App Store provided by Google and Apple. In addition, if an error occurs after downloading through the channel, the company is not responsible for any damages incurred to the members.
At the same time as members start using the service, they should pay sufficient attention to prevent the loss of information held by members or modification, device failure, or damage.
Article 16 (Providing Information)
When operating a service, the company can post various information on the service screen or provide information to members in various ways as needed.
The company may require additional personal information with the consent of its members for the purpose of improving services.
Members who have completed the use process agree to inform us of various posts they record directly in the use of the service, and the company can collect and use the information posted by the member internally for the purpose of improving the service. However, in this case, it is used only as information that is not personally identified by the member.
Article 17 (Commercial posting and transaction with advertisers)
Part of the service investment base the company provides to its members comes from profits from advertising. The company can post advertisements on its website, service screen, and application programs related to service operation, and members agree to publish advertisements that are exposed when using the service.
It is entirely a matter between members and advertisers for members to communicate or make transactions by using advertisements posted on the service or participating in advertisers' promotional activities through the service, so the company is not liable for any losses and damages caused.
Article 18 (Regulations on Points)
The company may grant points (hereinafter referred to as "points") that can be used for various purposes, such as purchase fees, to members who meet certain conditions suggested by the company regarding the use of members' services.
Points cannot be exchanged or refunded in cash, and cannot be transferred to others.
If a member's point accumulation is in violation of the law or is suspected of being made by fraudulent means, the company may restrict the member's use of points until an objective explanation is made.
When withdrawing from a member, all points held by the member will disappear unless there are special circumstances.
For details related to points, the company is obligated to notify a separate operating policy on the site or service screen, and the point policy may be changed from time to time according to the company's needs.
Chapter 4. Withdrawal of Use and Other
Article 19 (Contract Change and Termination)
When a member terminates the contract, the member must proceed through the membership withdrawal process within the service. In addition, in the case of cancellation of payment and refund of products, the member himself must proceed through Google and Apple stores. The refund policy is in principle in accordance with the policies of Google and Apple App Store that provide our application installation.
Article 20 (Compensation for Damage)
In the event of damage to a member due to the service provided by the company, the company is liable for damages within the scope of ordinary damages only if the damage is caused by the company's intention or gross negligence.
Article 21 (Exemption clause and non-guaranteed scope)
If the company is unable to provide services due to natural disasters, wars, and other force majeure, it is exempted from liability for providing services.
The company is exempt from liability in the event of damage caused by a key telecommunication business operator suspending or failing to provide telecommunication services normally.
The company is exempt from liability for damages caused by unavoidable reasons such as repair, replacement, regular inspection, and construction of service facilities.
The company is not responsible for any obstacles or damages to the use of the service due to reasons attributable to members.
The company is not liable for damages caused by a user's computer error, or if a member suffers damage due to poor personal information and e-mail address.
The company is not responsible for the failure or loss of what members expect from using the service.
The company is not responsible for damages caused by data obtained by members using the service. In addition, the company is not responsible for compensating members for mental damage caused by other members while using the service.
The company is not responsible for various information, data, reliability of facts, and accuracy posted by members on the service.
The company is not obligated to intervene in disputes arising from service between users and between users and third parties, and is not liable to compensate for damages caused by them.
The company shall not be liable for any damage to any member (including data loss, etc.) that may occur, except in the event of our intentional or gross negligence.
*Article 22 (Judicial Rights and Applicable Law)
Matters not specified in these terms and conditions shall be governed by relevant laws and customs such as the Telecommunications Business Act.
If a lawsuit is filed against a dispute arising from the use of the service, the court having jurisdiction over the location of the company's headquarters shall be the competent court.
Article 23 (Dispute Resolution)
The company establishes and operates a damage compensation handling organization to reflect legitimate opinions or complaints raised by users and to compensate for the damage. The company first handles complaints and opinions submitted from users. However, if it is difficult to process quickly, we will notify the user of the reason and the approximate processing schedule. If there is an application for damage relief by a user in connection with an e-commerce dispute between the company and the user, it may be subject to mediation by the Fair Trade Commission or the dispute mediation agency commissioned by the city or provincial governor.
These terms and conditions will take effect on March 1, 2022.(UTC +9:00)