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Yanolja's GMV Surges to Over KRW 4 TR Despite Pandemic.

Source: Yanolja

Yanolja reported a significant gross merchandise value (GMV) increase to over KRW 4 trillion in 2022.

The GMV of Yanolja, Interpark, Triple, and Daily Hotels grew by 135% year-on-year, despite the downturn in the travel industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The company’s strong GMV growth is due to its ability to leverage the unique features of each platform to meet a wide range of customer needs.

The company’s GMV increased 315% compared to 2019, pre-pandemic, indicating that the company successfully anticipated travel demand in the post-pandemic period.

Yanolja’s channeling services, which supply the most extensive domestic leisure inventory to various travel platforms, also saw an increase of over 112%, raising expectations for global expansion.

Yanolja is committed to capitalizing on the growing travel demand and establishing itself as a key global player.

In addition to its super app strategy, the company plans to launch new and unique services this year that leverage Interpark’s position as a leading airline and ticketing provider, Triple’s ultra-personalization technology, and Daily Hotels’ premium inventory.

Yanolja also plans to offer premium leisure content, including K-content, to attract new customers.

This report highlights Yanolja’s solid business performance, management strategy, and financial results and shows that the company is well-positioned for continued growth in the travel industry.

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