Terms of Service

  1. Thank you for using Littleone.

  2. Littleone provides health management services for families. While Littleone strives to assist with healthy child-rearing, please be aware that it cannot be used for medical purposes such as diagnosing, treating, reducing, or preventing diseases.

  3. To bring Littleone even closer to you, we believe that you can have healthier child-rearing if you take a little time to read the following carefully. We also strongly recommend that you consult a medical professional, such as a doctor, if any health or physical problems arise or if medical judgment is required during your use of Littleone.

Article 5 (Conclusion of Service Agreement)

  1. The service agreement is concluded by the agreement of the applicant (hereinafter referred to as the 'member applicant') who wishes to become a member after agreeing to the contents of the terms and applying for membership, and by the approval of the company for such application.

  2. The Company shall generally approve the application for service use of the applicant. However, the Company may not approve the application or terminate the service agreement later for the following cases:

    1. If the applicant has lost membership status in accordance with these terms and conditions, except when the Company approves the member's re-registration.

    2. If the applicant uses a fake name or someone else's name.

    3. If false information is provided or the information requested by the Company is not provided.

    4. If a child under the age of 14 has not obtained the consent of his or her legal representative (parent, etc.).

    5. If the applicant violates other stipulated matters or applies with reasons attributable to the user.

  3. In the application pursuant to paragraph 1, the Company may request real-name verification and self-certification through a professional agency depending on the type of member.

  4. If there is no equipment available for the Service or if there are technical or business problems, the Company may withhold approval.

  5. If the Company does not approve or withhold the application for membership in accordance with paragraph 2 and paragraph 4, the Company will generally notify the applicant.

  6. The time of establishment of the service contract is the time when the Company indicates the completion of the application process.

  7. The Company may differentiate the usage time, usage frequency, service menu, etc. for each membership level according to the company policy regarding the member.

  8. The Company may restrict the use or restrict by level for compliance with ratings and age restrictions under the 'Promotion of Motion Pictures and Video Products Act' and the 'Youth Protection Act.'

Article 6 (Change of Member Information)

  1. Members can access and modify their personal information through the personal information management screen. However, email addresses necessary for service management cannot be changed.

  2. If there is a change in the information provided at the time of membership registration, members can directly modify the relevant information through the app or request a change of information by email to the company.

  3. The company is not responsible for any disadvantages caused by failure to modify the information in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.

Article 7 (Obligations of Personal Information Protection)

The company makes efforts to protect members' personal information in accordance with relevant laws, such as the Information and Communication Network Act. The protection and use of personal information are subject to applicable laws and the company's privacy policy. However, this privacy policy does not apply to linked sites other than the company's official site.

Article 8 (Obligations of Managing Member's ID and Password)

  1. Members are responsible for managing their own IDs and passwords, and must not allow third parties to use them.

  2. If there is a risk of personal information leakage or if there is a risk of social disruption or damage to public morals or if there is a risk of misunderstanding as the company or the company's operator due to the member's ID, the company may restrict the use of the relevant ID.

  3. If a member becomes aware that his/her ID or password has been stolen or is being used by a third party, he/she must immediately notify the company and follow the company's guidance.

  4. The company is not responsible for any disadvantages caused by failure to notify the company of the facts of the preceding paragraph or failure to follow the company's guidance, if notified.

Article 9 (Notice to Members)

  1. Unless otherwise specified in this Agreement, the company may give notice to members via e-mail, electronic messaging, or notification services within the service.

  2. If the company gives notice to all members, it may post it on the company's bulletin board for more than 7 days in lieu of the notification method of paragraph 1.

Article 9 (Notification to Members)

  1. When notifying members, the Company may use electronic mail, electronic messages, notification services within the Service, or any other appropriate means unless otherwise specified in these Terms and Conditions.

  2. In case of notification to all members, the Company may substitute individual notification with posting on the bulletin board of the Service for more than 7 days, unless otherwise specified in these Terms and Conditions.

Article 10 (Obligations of the Company)

  1. The Company shall not engage in any act prohibited by applicable laws and regulations and these Terms and Conditions or contrary to public morals, and shall make every effort to provide the Service continuously and stably.

  2. The Company shall have a security system to protect personal information (including credit information) so that members can use the Service safely, and shall disclose and comply with its privacy policy.

  3. The Company shall have necessary personnel and systems to properly handle complaints or requests for relief made by members in connection with the use of the Service.

  4. If opinions or complaints raised by members are deemed justifiable, the Company shall handle them appropriately. The Company shall inform the member of the processing procedure and results via the bulletin board, e-mail, etc.

Article 11 (Obligations of Members)

  1. Members shall not engage in the following acts:

  2. Registering false information or making changes thereto when applying or modifying membership information

  3. Stealing another person's information

  4. Altering information posted by the Company

  5. Transmitting or posting information (such as computer programs) other than information designated by the Company

  6. Infringing on the copyrights or other intellectual property rights of the Company or third parties

  7. Damaging the reputation of the Company or other third parties or interfering with their business

  8. Disclosing or posting obscene or violent messages, images, voices or any other information against public order and morals on the Service

  9. Using the Service for profit without the Company's consent

  10. Engaging in any other illegal or unfair act

  11. Members shall comply with applicable laws and regulations, the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, notices and precautions posted in connection with the Service, and matters notified by the Company, and shall not engage in any act that interferes with the business of the Company or its affiliates.

Article 12 (Provision of Service, etc.)

  1. The Company provides the following services to its Members:

    1. Activity record service

    2. Data storage service

    3. Diary and community service

    4. Statistics and analysis service

    5. Personalized information (curation) service

    6. Other childcare-related information services

  2. The Company may divide the Services into certain ranges and separately designate the available usage hours for each range. However, in such cases, the Company shall provide prior notice of the details.

  3. The Services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, unless otherwise specified.

  4. The Company may temporarily suspend the provision of the Services in the event of a need for maintenance, replacement or repair of computer or telecommunication equipment, communication interruption, or significant operational reasons. In such cases, the Company shall notify Members in accordance with Article 9 (Notice to Members). However, if there are unavoidable reasons that the Company cannot give prior notice, the Company may give notice after the fact.

  5. The Company may conduct regular maintenance checks when necessary for the provision of the Services, and the time for such checks shall be announced on the service provision screen.

Article 13 (Changes in the Services)

  1. The Company may change all or part of the Services it provides due to operational or technological needs, provided that there are reasonable grounds.

  2. If there are changes to the content of the Services, the method of use, or the usage hours, the reason for the changes, the content of the Services to be changed, and the date of provision of the changed Services shall be posted on the initial screen of the relevant service before the changes are made.

  3. The Company may modify, suspend, or change all or part of the free Services it provides as deemed necessary for its policies and operations, and shall not provide any compensation to Members unless otherwise specified by relevant laws.

Article 14 (Provision of Information and Posting of Advertisements)

  1. The Company may provide various information deemed necessary by Members during the use of the Service through notice or electronic mail, etc. However, Members may refuse to receive electronic mail at any time except for transaction-related information and customer inquiries pursuant to relevant laws.

  2. If the Company intends to transmit the information under Paragraph 1 through a telephone or facsimile, etc., it shall obtain prior consent from the Member. However, this shall not apply to replies to transaction-related information and customer inquiries from Members.

  3. The Company may post advertisements on the service screen, homepage, electronic mail, etc. in relation to the operation of the Service. Members who have received electronic mail with posted advertisements may refuse to receive them from the Company.

  4. Users (including Members and non-members) shall not take any actions, such as changing, modifying, or restricting, with respect to postings or other information provided by the Company’s services.

Article 15 (Copyright of Postings)

  1. The copyright of postings that Members have posted in the Service belongs to the author of the respective postings.

  2. Postings that Members have posted in the Service may be displayed in search results, the Service, and related promotions, etc., and may be partially modified, copied, or edited to the extent necessary for such display. In this case, the Company shall comply with the Copyright Act, and Members may delete, exclude from search results, or make postings private at any time through the customer center or management function in the Service.

  3. If the Company intends to use postings of Members in a manner other than under Paragraph 2, it shall obtain the prior consent of Members through telephone, facsimile, electronic mail, etc.

  4. Postings that Members have posted in the Service may be exposed through external search engines, etc., and the Company shall not be liable for any damages caused thereby.

Article 16 (Management of Postings)

  1. If a posting of a Member contains content that violates relevant laws such as the Information and Communications Network Act and the Copyright Act, the holder of the rights may request the Company to suspend or delete the relevant posting in accordance with the procedures prescribed by relevant laws, and the Company shall take measures in accordance with relevant laws.

  2. Even if there is no request from the holder of the rights pursuant to the preceding paragraph, if there are grounds to acknowledge infringement of rights or violations of the Company's policies and relevant laws, the Company may take temporary measures regarding the relevant posting in accordance with relevant laws.

  3. The detailed procedures pursuant to this article shall follow the “posting suspension request service” established by the Company within the scope prescribed by the Information and Communications Network Act and the Copyright Act. (Posting suspension request service: cs@littleone.io)

Article 17 (Ownership of Rights)

  1. The copyright and intellectual property rights of the Service belong to the Company. However, the rights to the Member's Posted Content and provided works under an affiliate agreement are excluded.

  2. The Company grants Members the right to use accounts, IDs, content, points, etc. in accordance with the terms and conditions set by the Company, and Members may not transfer, sell, or provide them as collateral.

Article 18 (Termination of Agreement, etc.)

  1. A Member may request termination of the Service agreement at any time through the customer center on the initial screen of the Service or the menu for managing their information, and the Company must immediately process the request in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

  2. When a Member terminates the agreement, all personal identification data of the Member will be destroyed immediately, except for cases where the Company retains the information in accordance with applicable laws and the Privacy Policy.

  3. When a Member terminates the agreement, all of the Member's Posted Content registered on their account will be deleted. However, please note that if such content has been copied, scraped, or shared by others, or if it has been posted on a public bulletin board, it may not be deleted, so please delete it in advance before terminating the agreement.

Article 19 (Restriction on Use, etc.)

  1. The Company may restrict the use of the Service step by step, such as by warning, temporary suspension, or permanent suspension, if a Member violates the obligations under these Terms of Service or disrupts the normal operation of the Service.

  2. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the Company may immediately suspend the use of the Service permanently if a Member engages in name fraud or payment fraud in violation of the Resident Registration Act, provides and interferes with illegal programs in violation of the Copyright Act and the Computer Program Protection Act, engages in illegal communication or hacking in violation of the Information and Communication Network Act, distributes malicious programs, or exceeds access rights. In the event of permanent suspension of use under this paragraph, all points and other benefits obtained through the Service will be voided, and the Company will not compensate the Member for this.

  3. The Company may restrict the use of the Service for Members who have not logged in for three or more consecutive months for the protection of Member information and the efficient operation of the Service.

  4. The specific conditions and details of the restriction of use within the scope of this Article shall be governed by the Restriction of Use Policy and operational policies for each service established by the Company.

  5. In the event of restriction of use or termination of the Service in accordance with this Article, the Company will notify the Member in accordance with Article 9 (Notification to Members).

  6. If a Member disagrees with the restriction of use or other measures under this Article, the Member may apply for a review according to the Company's prescribed procedures. If the Company recognizes the objection as valid, it will immediately resume the use of the Service.

Article 20 (Limitation of Liability)

  1. In the event that the provision of the Service is impossible due to natural disasters or force majeure, the Company shall be exempted from liability for the provision of the Service.

  2. The Company shall not be liable for any service disruption or damage caused by the fault of the Member.

  3. The Company shall not be liable for the reliability, accuracy, etc. of the information, data, and facts posted by Members in relation to the Service.

  4. The Company shall be exempted from liability in the event of a transaction between Members or between Members and third parties mediated by the Service.

  5. The Company shall not be liable for the use of free services unless there are special regulations in related laws.

Article 21 (Governing Law and Jurisdiction)

  1. Any lawsuit between the Company and a Member shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Korea.

  2. Lawsuits between the Company and a Member regarding disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the district court in the jurisdiction where the Member has his/her address at the time of filing, or if the address is unclear, the jurisdiction of the local court in which the defendant resides, pursuant to the Civil Procedure Act.

  3. In the case of a Member who has an address or residence in a foreign country, lawsuits between the Company and the Member regarding disputes shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Seoul Central District Court, notwithstanding the preceding paragraph.

If you have any complaints or inquiries during the use of the Littleone Service, please let us know through the 'Customer Support' menu in the Littleone app, and we will do our best to process it quickly.

[ Supplementary Provisions ]

※ These Terms and Conditions shall be effective from March 28, 2020.