South Korean referral recruiting site  has acquired job site for an undisclosed sum, DealStreetAsia reported on Monday.

“The acquisition will give Wanted the exclusive ownership of and all of its aggregated data gathered across more than 420,000 companies in South Korea,” DealStreetAsia said, citing a statement.

Founded in 2015, the company has expanded to Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and Japan. Its operator Wanted Lab has so far raised $10.4 million U.S. in investment. The startup’s monthly revenue has soared 256 percent year-over-year since 2015, according to Forbes

Seoul-based KreditJob crunches corporate data to provide job-seekers with turnover rate, remuneration trends and other information to help them choose a job, according to CbInsights.

In June, Wanted Korea saw 140,000 visitors on its desktop and mobile sites, according to SimilarWeb. The market leader saw 1.1 million visitors during the same period.

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