Sony PS3 stops deliveries to South Korea

 
March 25, 2009, 9:26 am

 
sony ps3 stops deliveries to south korea   According to the Korean news site Chosun Online, the company has ceased the supply of consoles Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) in South Korea. This is done to Japanese tourists visiting the country, do not buy consoles at more affordable prices.
The reason is a large difference in prices is due in the fall of the South Korean won and the growth of the Japanese yen. This situation makes South Korea the most popular places to shop among Japanese people. For example, if at home PS3 is # 165, 39900, in the neighboring country - 448, 000 won.
Note that the Sony is not the only company that has faced the problem of reverse imports. Japanese regularly visits South Korea for the purchase of any luxury items like expensive bags. Unfortunately, buying Korean PS3 may have disappointed, because in South Korea and Japan use different voltages of alternating current. So buyers have to buy a load converter.

 

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