Saturday, July 11, 2015

More default Wi-fi passwords in Korea


A friend shared this post on his Facebook wall, and it seems useful for people travelling in Korea. Lord knows I depend on any free wi-fi I can get when going abroad.

Some of these are still the same from my previous post, but there is some new information here.


7/11 convenience stores - 2127393302
McDonalds - 16005252 (the McDelivery phone number) 
CJ Internet Hello D & SO070VOIP & Hello Wireless- 534f4b4354
Starbucks - (branch telephone number; check receipt)
VIPS - ID: SKtelecom_tspot & Password: sktelecom
Tobis - 1234


SK - a123456789
SK T-spot - sktelecom
SK_WLAN - 987654321b 


myLGnet & myLG070 - 123456789a, 987654321a, 1234567890
U-Zone - a0123456789
LG Uplus - lguplus002 & lguplus100
U+100 - Terminal's serial number

Of course I can't guarantee that these will work. These are default passwords, so it's likely the owner has changed them, and I've noticed some are assigned new passwords upon installation. But as a test, I walked around my neighborhood and found three connections worked with these passwords, so you just might get lucky. Good information to keep in your back pocket on your Korean trip, anyway.

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