Tesla store in Seoul, South Korea is open!

  • Added:  4 months ago
  • I visited Gangnam district in Seoul to see one of two recently opened Tesla stores. There were only Model S 90D for display and test drives. Hopefully they will get some Model X over there to really attract more attention.
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Comments: 38

  • Zdeněk Eisenhammer
    Zdeněk Eisenhammer 4 months ago

    Did anyone of the store staff recognize you? :D

  • Raymond
    Raymond 4 months ago

    Unfortunately Tesla has been put in shame in South Korea :(

    • karthik11512
      karthik11512 4 months ago

      It might make more sense to bundle in all the options on the car, and sell it as one package. The 10% higher price is something that is happening in Canada too, I actually think the price difference is even higher in Canada. Also seems weird that the 90D is the only Model being sold in SK, might as well give them the 100D. No point in selling them a car that will be phased out soon.


    • karthik11512
      karthik11512 4 months ago

      Damn, I'm very optimistic about Tesla's future, but didn't that singer slam on the accelerator. The data logs proved this. Is that singer a big deal in South Korea? In USA stuff like that doesn't fly. The New York Times tried doing something like this in a Early Model S review a couple years ago, they wrote a story about how the car ran out of charge. But Tesla/Elon posted the data logs online showing that the reporter was lying out of his ass. So what I'm trying to say is it generally accepted in SK to believe someone that is extremely popular or data logs straight from Tesla.


    • Raymond
      Raymond 4 months ago

      Because this article was top news for long period of time in south Korea - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4079060/South-Korean-singer-sues-Tesla-says-Model-X-SUV-sped-crashed-garage.html


    • Isaac Park
      Isaac Park 4 months ago

      karthik11512 They reckon price for 90D in south Korea is about 10% higher than US so they feel treated as a money hog for high profit. Also all the optional features like heated seats have been standard options in Korean cars like Hyundai or Kia for many years so it's hard for them to grasp the concept of paying extra for such features. So they feel somewhat extorted. I know it sounds crazy to many but that's actually what's happening. Also Korean media is influenced by Koran car manufacturers to say bad things about Tesla to protect their market.


    • karthik11512
      karthik11512 4 months ago

      What do you mean? i'm actually curious


  • iANN Hooo
    iANN Hooo 4 months ago

    music is dope, edm with ev.

  • crk cab
    crk cab 4 months ago

    how do we generate electricity ?

  • 허삼석
    허삼석 4 months ago

    사진이 너무 예쁘네요! 소통해요!

  • ubi zen
    ubi zen 4 months ago

    i guess we will never know Jörgen🙄

  • UTubeGlennAR
    UTubeGlennAR 4 months ago

    :(
    How about the only chubby person privileged enough to over eat in North Korea,
    the honerable and murderous narcissistic dictator. Does he permit his slaves to
    own Tesla EVs? Or perhaps he has his slaves developing nuclear powered EVs
    so they need not fuss with the range anxiety thing of using battery driving on
    holiday to China and down south to Seoul?????
    :)

    • UTubeGlennAR
      UTubeGlennAR 4 months ago

      :)
      Nuclear power is GREAT, I too like cheap and carbon less energy. U are correct, water
      is a problem inundating all human spaces, to include Nuclear Power Facilities.
      Sadly there is a Nuke power plant on the California coast. There is also one
      along the Hudson river just north above NYCity only a few feet above sea level.

      One last thing or two about Nuke power is obviously the toxicity of it's waist.
      Sadly to this day storage of the waits has not been solved......
      To make ANY Trash that is still poisons after thousands of years and still not stored
      permanently is just some what selfish and irresponsible in many people's eyes.
      Than there is the kooks that wanna make dirty bombs out of Nuclear Waist and
      explode it in large city centers that is also is just a little problematic.................


    • Cartime
      Cartime 4 months ago

      When i state that there's nothing wrong with nuclear power, I'm obviously talking about the Nuclear power from today, not from the past. What happened in Japan was a tragedy, but with the knowledge from Fukushima we can predict and stop future Nuclear failures. The sole reason to the accident in Fukushima was water, more precisely a tsunami, something most Countries never get to experience. Building Nuclear Power plants in countries without tsunamis and earthquakes will prevent failures. With Todays Nuclear Power plants advanced security systems it is ignorant to ditch Nuclear power just based on what has happened in the past.

      There are still countries where the majority of the people can't access any stably electricity sources and I'm not gonna be the person telling them that the sole reason they can't have internet is because of our fear of the so called "Dangerous" power source "Nuclear Power". That's your talk.


    • UTubeGlennAR
      UTubeGlennAR 4 months ago

      :)
      Perhaps in the hands of a narcisist there sure is I am sure a few billion people
      or so will agree.................
      :)


    • Cartime
      Cartime 4 months ago

      There's nothing wrong with nuclear power


  • jorgen Winther-Larsen
    jorgen Winther-Larsen 4 months ago

    What I really want to know is did you do the Gangnam style when you were there? 😎🕺🏻

  • Tim Dorsemagen
    Tim Dorsemagen 4 months ago

    cool gam sa ham ni da ;-)

  • Patryk Pruusin
    Patryk Pruusin 4 months ago

    Bad audio

  • Vanuatoo
    Vanuatoo 4 months ago

    At the end of the video the screen behind you shows 632 km. It's about 393 miles. What was the video about?

    • cloverhap
      cloverhap 4 months ago

      It looks like 632km is the NEDC range of the 100D (not the P), and the 2.7s 0-100kph is the number for P100D, and there were slides before and after about dual motors and autopilot. Seems like a mish-mash of facts about the different versions of the Model S, or the options available.


  • Chidi Dike
    Chidi Dike 4 months ago

    Thank you for giving your subscribers a view into South Korea's first Tesla store. Keep up the good work.

  • rhuisjes02
    rhuisjes02 4 months ago

    Bad audio!

  • Tobias Ender
    Tobias Ender 4 months ago

    I'm a little bit confused now. Typ 1 or 2. I thought all Teslas have the Typ 2 Mennekes plug?

  • grokker99
    grokker99 4 months ago

    Cool vid, Bjorn! Awesome to see you in Seoul, and traveling to different countries.

  • Pun Jab I
    Pun Jab I 4 months ago

    have fun in Seoul!

  • David Grander
    David Grander 4 months ago

    Is it the first Tesla store in South Korea?

    • David Grander
      David Grander 4 months ago

      Pun Jabi.... ok thanks..!!


    • CartelZ
      CartelZ 4 months ago

      David Grander Sweden havet Stores Tho so its not the first


    • Pun Jab I
      Pun Jab I 4 months ago

      David Grander first store was in district called Hanam.


  • Roman M
    Roman M 4 months ago

    are they going to produce the cars there as well or ship em from uSA?

    • Muskar
      Muskar 4 months ago

      Ship them for now. They have unofficial plans to create a few more giga factories though. It's very likely that Asia, as well as Europe, will get one - so perhaps they won't need to be shipped in 5 years or so.


    • idontknowum
      idontknowum 4 months ago

      Ship them from USA.


  • Andrew Bicester
    Andrew Bicester 4 months ago

    Cool man :)

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