As for why it took so long for Niantic to launch "Pokemon Go" in Korea - home to one of the largest gaming communities in the world - Hwang said it took longer than expected for Niantic to prepare and customize the game for Korean users.
It's always better late than never.
The new update will allow players to sync their games to the Pokemon Bank's National PokeDex, meaning that players won't need to transfer Pokemon into the app in order to register them.
South Koreans finally got a taste of the hit augmented reality title, Pokemon Go, Reuters reported. South Korea is equipped with the most powerful game community in the world, and they are in love with many Korean people.
Pokemon Go relies on Google Maps to work.
The state censor has fired off a big flag concerning security risks connected to the Augmented Reality game, which could really scupper the developer's plans.
In December, the popular smartphone game was released in India and other South Asian countries including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
The newest "Pokemon GO" update has caused certain problems for Android users. According to Tech Mic, once it becomes available with the most recent pair of Pokemon 3DS games, Pokemon Bank, which is a paid service will be providing storage for up to 3,000 Pokemon and the ability in moving monsters over from predecessors X, Y, Alpha Sapphire, Omega Ruby as well as the Virtual Console releases of Blue, Red and Yellow.
"Pokemon Go", released in global markets including the U.S. in July 2016, is a GPS-based mobile game that involves users going to real-life locations to capture virtual monsters, such as the famous character Pikachu, via their smartphones.