Blog: Dave LeggettWhen in Korea, be prepared...

Dave Leggett | 10 November 2013

Kia Ray EV

Kia Ray EV

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I am flying to Seoul later today on a press visit with Kia. The itinerary includes a visit to Kia's Namyang R&D centre to talk to engineers, a chance to drive the Ray EV and a briefing at the company's HQ. It all sounds good. Nice to get out occasionally.

The helpful people at Kia UK have also provided a useful guide and travel companion with all kinds of useful info. It includes a list of some useful phrases and words in Korean - hello, thank you, that kind of thing. A few cheeky phrases crept in. Click on 'view 1 related image' to see them. Made me smile. My past experience as a traveller suggests that 'sorry' will be the local lingo word I may need to master...   

Sectors: Vehicle manufacturers

Companies: Kia

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