The Korea Patent Office said on Wednesday it has filed an application to license a Chinese search engine that will be built around the search engine’s Korean-language content, and the application will cover the use of that content in a Korean search app.
The search engine is likely to be built in-house by a Chinese company called Baidu Search, and will be operated by a Korean company called KNS.KNS is the Korean company that owns and operates the search app, KNS2.
It has been using Google’s proprietary search engine for years and has previously been involved in patent litigation with Google.
Baidudu Search will be owned by a Taiwanese company called Qiaobi, and Qiaobu is a subsidiary of Chinese search giant Alibaba.
Google has long been looking for a partner in the search space and has made some moves in the past.
It bought Qiaomiao, a Chinese technology firm, for $2 billion in 2016.
Google also bought the company’s Korean subsidiary, Qihoo 360, which is now known as QiBi.
In April, the company announced it would buy KNS, which has about 100 million monthly users in China.
It is not clear how the search giant plans to use the search service’s Korean content.
Korea has a long history of using Google.
In the early 2000s, Google bought Korea’s largest online service, KIM.KIM, which was launched in 2001, was a Korean version of Google’s search engine.
Google bought KIM in 2016 for $1.8 billion, which included a $500 million payment to buy KIM’s stake in KNS and other rights.
KNS also bought Qiobi, Qiabi, and another Korean company in 2016, which it also sold to Google for $4.5 billion.