The 1.1 update has just arrived in the PUBG Mobile KR version as well.
In this article, we’ll provide you with both the APK and OBB files of the latest update in PUBG Mobile KR.
The PUBG Mobile Korean version has been published by the PUBG Corporation and is restricted to the Play Store and App Store of specific regions like south Korea and japan. The 1.1 update went live yesterday, and it introduced some new features in the game, including the brand new Metro Royale mode, season 16 royale pass and more.
The Korean version of the game is very similar to the global version of pubg mobile but features several additions in the form of Donkatsu medal and other exclusive events. The users from many different regions also desire to download and play this version of the game. They can also do so via stores like TapTap or by using the APK and OBB files.
Below you can get the download link of the APK and OBB files of the game.
APK + OBB download links for PUBG Mobile KR Version
PUBG Mobile Korean Season 15 update APK+OBB download link: Click here
The size of the zip RAR file is 1.37 GB, and hence the players must ensure that there is sufficient storage space on their device before downloading the file.
As its a RAR file, You must follow the steps given below to download and install the PUBG Mobile Korean (KR) version 1.1 update:
Step 1: First, players must have to download the ‘RAR’ file from the link given above.
Step 2: Upon extracting the RAR file, users will receive the APK and OBB files of the game.
Step 3: Then enable the ‘Install from unknown source’ option from the device settings file. Users can follow these steps to do so: Settings > Safety and Privacy > Allow Installation from Unknown Sources.
Step 4: Now Install the APK file; and do not open it yet.
Step 5: Copy the entire ‘com.pubg.krmobile’ folder to Android/OBB/
Step 6: After the OBB file is pasted, players can now open PUBG Mobile KR and enjoy the 1.1 update.
If the any players receive a parsing error file while installing the APK file, they can try installing it again. Suppose the problem persists; users can consider redownloading the files again.