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Accept payments with KakaoPay
Accept payments with KakaoPay
Updated over a week ago

KakaoPay integration allows receiving payments in your app.

🌍 KakaoPay is available in South Korea.

KakaoPay is a distinct company not affiliated with us. For any inquiries regarding KakaoPay's solutions, services, or pricing, please reach out to KakaoPay directly. We do not have the authority to provide information or support on behalf of KakaoPay.

Connect KakaoPay

To activate KakaoPay:

  1. Go to the Locations > Settings page by pressing the "Settings" icon next to the location's name > KakaoPay > press "Connect."

  2. Follow the prompts on the screen and fill in your "Admin Key" and "CID."

  3. Log in to your KakaoPay account and go to My Application > App Settings > Platform.

  4. In the "Web" section, add the following site domains:,

Configure KakaoPay

You can activate payments for the following things:

  • Room bookings

  • Desk bookings

  • Event tickets

  • Services

  • Invoices

  • Credits

How KakaoPay works

The integration adds a new payment method "KakaoPay" to the "Payment Methods" section around your app. Members selecting the "KakaoPay" payment method are redirected to the KakaoPay application and can use any contained payment method.

Automatic refunds

The following payments can be refunded automatically upon cancelation:

  • Room bookings

  • Desk bookings

  • Event tickets

The availability of refunds is managed by the "Refund Policy" of your rooms, desks, and events. To enable automatic refunds, open the Locations > Settings page (the "Settings" icon next to the location's name) > KakaoPay > "Edit" next to "Account" and enable the "Refund" option.

Identify app transactions in KakaoPay

You can easily find the transaction from your app in the KakaoPay dashboard using the following unique identifiers:

  • ID β€” coincides with Order ID in the KakaoPay dashboard. You can copy the ID of the transaction from the "Transactions" custom report.

  • Time β€” coincides with the date and time of the transaction in the Stripe dashboard.

  • Description β€” the types of purchases users make in the app, such as room bookings, desk bookings, Shop orders, etc.

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