The official game of the hit KBS drama, “Hokkaido”, revolves around the “Hokko” lifestyle, an exciting way of living in the northernmost prefecture of Japan. Since mobile-gaming is a major avenue for monetizing content, we are pleased to present this guide for earning money while playing Hokko Life! – Earning money from the game is not as easy as it sounds. Once you reach level 10, doing everyday activities will give you coins. You can go to the “Do” menu and select a few of them. But, most of the time, there is a daily limit on how much you can earn. – The most popular way is to watch a video. There are 40 “promotional

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Hokko Life is a life management simulation, and as such you must bring in money to buy all the furniture that appears in your local store every few days. However, there is nothing obvious about making a lot of money. In fact, it’s pretty hard to save up for that one thing you want. In this guide you will find some tips on how to make money in Hokko Life so you can buy anything you want. Most methods of making money involve selling items in the store. In the current state of the game, the store seems to have an infinite amount of money, so you can repeat the methods described below as many times as you like without fear of the store owner going bankrupt.

Railway history

Screenshot Tips for earning money in Hokko Life The story of Hocco Life is simple, but it’s also important. As the game progresses, you’ll discover new mechanisms and meet all the villagers you could ever want. To do this, you must of course help the village by performing some important tasks. These tasks are lucrative and will earn you money if you complete them. If you’re new to the game, follow the story before complaining about the lack of resources, because these relatively simple tasks will get you a long way.

Banks or sofas

Screenshot word-image-3203 Making benches may not seem like a rewarding occupation, but it is if you build them for profit. If you have a plan, all you need is a board that you can make into a workbench from three pieces of wood. After making the shelf, you can make the bench. You do it as part of the plot at the beginning of the game, but it wouldn’t occur to you to do it again. When you have built more benches, you can take them to the shop and sell them for 200 coins each. The actual resources needed are time, as logs can be obtained by cutting firewood or trees. Then just craft and go to the store to sell what you made. The sofas cost the same, and they cost ten pieces of wood. Keep collecting wood from the logs you see on the ground, and you’ll build up a decent supply to help you craft later.

Getting involved in lepidopterology

Lepidopterology is the scientific study of moths and butterflies. In the world of Hokko Life you will find a large number of butterflies, which can be very valuable. Save money and buy a commercial insect remover. Once you have it, you can collect as many butterflies as you want throughout the village. You can then sell these butterflies in your store and make a nice profit. Some are more valuable than others, but they should all be sold unless you want to keep them for yourself.

Stealing furniture

Screenshot word-image-3204 Hokko Life is in the early access phase, so there are still some unwanted bugs for you to enjoy. One is the furniture that can be taken and moved from anywhere in the village. What you may not realize is that all of this furniture can be folded into a backpack and sold in stores. It may not be the best method morally, but it is a quick and easy way to make some money. This also works with signs and lampposts, bringing them back to life so they can be sold again. However, this bug will probably be fixed sooner than the others, so don’t be surprised if you can’t do it again.