I am currently in Korea and will stay here for a while. I have a problem though: My SC2 account is European. And I have no Alien Registration Card right now until March. So now I wonder:
Does the "Start Edition" include multiplayer-access? (I assume "SE players are also unable to use versus and co-op matchmaking" means that it practically doesn't?) And aside from the a 30-day subscription for ₩9900, is there any other option except paying the ₩69,000 for unlimited everything?
Because even though I already got an ARC-number, for whatever silly reason the gov deactivates its usage for registering online unless I'm on a proper visa again. (Right now I'm on a tourist visa / waiver program.) And I didn't create an iPin earlier... I guess the 30-day subscription also needs my ARC no? Because otherwise I might just bridge the time until I get my ARC reactivated with this silly 30-day subscription...
So with a lack of an iPin (or "gPin" now?) and a non-usable ARC, what are my options?
Or is there a way to change my existing licence and account from EU to KOR? Even if I only can change it that once, I'd do it! I won't be in Europe for a while... Yet I assume even when there is, I can't circumvent the "citizen ID" requirement? (Which I can fulfill but is blocked right now. -.-)
Finally: I indeed want to play fair and don't want to (have to) borrow a Korean ID or crap like that! I know (saw it with my own eyes) that people give out their ID's or account data / CD-Key online, Koreans are very kind. But I don't want to be (a) go this way and (b) be reliant upon such a system which is mostly in Korean (/ for Koreans) anyways.
For me the whole thing is highly confusing and frustrating. The citizen ID registration requirement together with my inability to use my existing (and never changing!) ID is extremly annoying!
Thank you for your help in advance