KISED strives to disseminate maker culture by creating maker spaces to support innovative creation around the country and support the expansion of the foundation for manufacturing startups.
Corporations or organizations with the ability to create and operate a facility
KRW 28.5 billion, 120 institutions
Financial support for the cost of establishing and managing a maker space (including constructing a facility purchasing equipment and operating programs)
A space where anyone in the public can easily access, implement, and share their creative ideas in everyday life
A hub that supports advanced creative activities by expert makers and connects a public lab in the region to startup support infrastructure.
65 labs (60 public labs and 5 professional labs) in 2018; 55 labs (52 public labs and 3 professional labs)
March 4. ~ March 26, 2019
Application form, Business plan, and other accompanying documents