COUNTDOWN HANDING-OVER TIME:
Firstly, we would like to thank our customers who have always loved & supported us.
During the last 30 years, Booyoung Group has been growing as a reliable company with all your support and attention.
We as a group would like to return the favor of love and trust you’ve given us by providing best quality services in return.
Also, rather than just focusing on making profits, we will continue to make social contributions to keep earning your trusts.
After moving our company building to Seosomun-dong in 2004, we have been going through our company’s second golden age. With our thorough ‘craftsmanship’ and ‘entrepreneurship’, we will continue to impress our customers, and improve their quality of life to become a true ‘Global Company’.
In order to achieve this, we will continue our ‘open management’ by continuously innovating and developing technologies.
With this, we will be able to quickly react to the always-changing business environment.
We are currently growing our domestic/international housing business, building site development business, financial business, leisure business (hotels, resorts, golf courses, theme parks), and many others. Please keep supporting us in order for Booyoung Group to become 21st century’s true global company.
Sincerely, Booyoung Group’s executives & staff members
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