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Desktop Website Browser

Accept Kakao Pay on your website by presenting your QR code to the shopper. See checkout experience as below Kakao Pay - Desktop Website Browser

  1. The shopper chooses to pay with Kakao Pay and is redirected to Kakao Pay cashier
  2. The shopper uses Kakao Pay App to scan the QR code and completes the payment
  3. Payment succeeds and the shopper is redirected back to the page you designated

Step 1. Initialize a payment Intent

Create a PaymentIntent object with a request_id, amount, currency and a merchant_order_id from your backend server.

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Step 2. Redirect to Kakao Pay Cashier to complete payment

When a shopper selects to pay with Kakao Pay on their desktop browser, call the following API endpoints to get a e-wallet cashier URL, which you can redirect the shopper to Kakao Pay cashier to complete payment.

  1. Obtain URL from Airwallex and redirect shopper to Kakao Pay cashier

Request:

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Response: Render the value of qrcode_url to redirect shoppers to Kakao Pay Cashier.

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  1. Wait for notification from Airwallex

Airwallex will notify you on the payment result asynchronously via the webhook API. Please refer to webhook documentation to set up your webhook accordingly. Although subscribing to different events is optional, it is recommended to at least subscribe to the ‘payment_intent.succeeded’ which indicates that the shopper has successfully paid for the order via Kakao Pay.

  1. Query the PaymentIntent status

You may also query the status of a payment anytime via the PaymentIntents API

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