SK Telecom announced on May 3 that it added a new service named ‘if home’ to its metaverse platform ‘ifland.’ ‘ifland’ is a personalized 3D virtual space that allows users to better express themselves and socialize with others in the world of metaverse.
After updating their ‘ifland’ app, users can create their ‘if home’ by selecting one of each of the four terrains and six buildings. The four terrains are forest, universe, beach and city village, and six different types of buildings include Santorini-style house, wooden house, Hanok (Traditional Korean h Users can then design and decorate their virtual homes according to their own personal style and taste using around 400 different items in a number of categories such as wall-paper, flooring, furniture, home appliances and props.
They can also share their daily lives, thoughts and interests by posting/displaying their messages, photos and videos on a giant 3D ball or a frame that can be placed anywhere.
Visitors to an ‘if home’ can give likes and comments on these posts and leave a footprint or a message on the guestbook. Users can easily invite guests by sending a unique URL assigned to each ‘if home.’ouse), Spanish-style house, cabin and modern house.