In Korea, MetLife also launched new features on its 360Health app, including allowing customers to simply take a photo of their meal and let artificial intelligence analyze calories and nutrients and assess food choices based on the individual’s health status. The updated app can also examine exercise frequency, duration, and intensity and recommend the most effective and optimized regimen combining cardiovascular exercise with weight training. In the first five months since the update, there were more than 100,000 downloads.
In Korea, MetLife introduced a new Mini Accident Insurance solution that covers all kinds of accidents for as little as the cost of a cup of coffee (~USD $3-$5). The solution pays KRW 10 million for accidental death, while KRW 100,000 is payable each time the insured is diagnosed with an accident-related fracture. The solution also includes basic healthcare services, and customers can access MetLife Korea’s 360Health mobile app which offers easy health checkups, as well as AI-driven diet and exercise recommendations.