Hot K-drama Start-Up a glimpse into how more women are venturing into South Korea's startup scene

In Start-Up, a young group of developers start a small company in South Korea's Silicon Valley. PHOTO: STARTUPKDRAMA/FACEBOOK
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SEOUL - Dreaming of becoming the next Steve Jobs, a young woman teams up with a geeky trio of male developers to start a small company in South Korea's Silicon Valley.

This may be the premise of the popular Korean drama serial Start-Up, but is also a true reflection of the country's vibrant startup scene in real life.

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