Soribada was launched in the year 2000 as the first Korean peer-to-peer file-sharing service. Now, it is a music sharing platform that claims to cover 90% of all tracks that have been released in the country. Soribada uses audio fingerprint technology to identify the purchaser.
The Soribada app is only accessible in South Korea and requires users to have a Korean phone number in order to create an account.
The platform also holds the Soribada Best K-Music Awards ceremony and awards selected musicians with a Daesan or a Bonsang, among other trophies, that can be earned through voting.
- Listen to the entire song and avoid skipping parts of it.
- A 1-minute preview does not count as a stream.
- The real-time charts are updated every 10 minutes.
- As there is no limit to the number of streaming points counted, stream the songs as much as possible.