Are you looking to make a big impact in one of the fastest growing music streaming markets in the world? You can for free with RouteNote.

Music streaming in South Korea is rapidly growing. RouteNote distribute all independent artists and labels’ music to all of the top stores and streaming services around the world, such as Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, TIDAL and many more.

We are also partnered with many Asian and Korean services too, such as South Korean streaming services Melon, Bugs!, NAVER VIBE and our latest addition FLO. According to Statista, the most popular paid music streaming apps among Millennials and Gen Z in South Korea include the above plus YouTube Music and Apple Music. With RouteNote, choosing where your music goes is as easy as ticking a box. For maximum coverage, we suggest choosing all stores and streaming services.

To upload your music to the top South Korean stores, sign up for a free RouteNote account, upload your tracks, input the metadata and tick the previously mentioned stores. RouteNote have two tiers for distribution. Free Distribution costs nothing, while the artist keep 85% of the revenue. Premium Distribution costs a small fee, while the artist keeps 100% of the revenue. These are the only differences between Free and Premium. Artists should have the same opportunities no matter their size or budget. No stores or features are hidden behind a paywall.

A few days later, our moderation team will check your release, before sending it on to your chosen stores. As your releases gains streams and purchases, revenue will be sent to your RouteNote profile, ready to transfer to a PayPal account.

To get your music on all of the world’s biggest stores, head to RouteNote today to get started.