Order KCTC Resources

General Distribution

Payment and
Delivery address

Introduction to Payment

  • The distribution fee generated at the KCTC should be pre-paid by a banknote-free deposit or payment with a credit card. Please refer to 'Service Fee' to learn more about the cost. Please note that the distribution is performed only after the payment is verified
  • The name of the person paying the fee should be the same name as the requestor.
    * An e-mail verifying the payment will be sent.
  • f you need the invoice, please send us E-mail(isales@kribb.re.kr) or by fax(+82-63-570-5609).
  • To pay with a credit card, please click the “Payment with a Credit Card” button at the final step of the distribution request. The page will be automatically moved to a credit card payment site. If you pay with a credit card, no separate tax invoice may be issued. You may print out a transactional information statement at the final step of the payment with a credit card.
  • If the payment is not received within 25 days after the request, the distribution request will be canceled. In such cases, please submit the request again and pay the fee.
Bank Account for Payment
  • Account : Kookmin Bank /Seoul, Korea
    469-11 Bongmyong-dong, Yuseong-gu,
    Daejeon, Korea
  • Bank account for fee payment : 461-01-0184-770
  • Account Name : Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)
  • Swift code : CZNBKRSE
  • Contact : So-Yeon Kim
  • FAX : +82-63-570-5609
  • E-mail : isales@kribb.re.kr

Introduction to Delivery

  • The distribution specification, a estimate will be sent with the strain through post office home delivery.
  • The days for delivery are Tuesdays and Thursdays. The requests made until the day before the delivery days will be delivered on the coming delivery day.
  • The deliverables will arrive on the next day of a delivery day through post office home delivery. However, the arrival may be late due to the problems with the post office or for other reasons. Hence, please request a strain early enough to receive the strain at a desired time.