Toshiba -Korea

Posted on 1997-06-16
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Last Modified: 2008-02-26
Can anyone find the address and telephone# of a Toshiba centre in South Korea - either in Seoul or Pusan. I own a Toshiba computer which needs fixing and spare parts.
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czamudio earned 340 total points
ID: 1009562
I can't find any information of Toshiba korea, but you can see all the official offices in Asia in this URL:


This may be useful. See you later.

Expert Comment

ID: 1009563
i spoke with a Toshiba Representative and she told me that there isn't a Toshiba Center in South Korea (those crafty Japanees and Koreans don't quite get along) and i encouraged her to push along the concept to someone who could remedy the situation.

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ID: 1009564
Thanks for your reply....I actually found a Toshiba dealers in Seoul....although not registered they fixed my computer for free!!

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ID: 1009565
Good my friend, was a pleasure to help you

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ID: 1009566
was the dealer at the Yongsan Electronics Market or somewhere else?  if your here in seoul i'd like to talk to you (garbage@shinbiro.com)...

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