Originally posted by alexnoe
For LG, it’s certainly not going to be funny
Maybe for those working for LG in Germany and Europe.
In South Korea, people buy LG DVD players LG air-contitioners with LG credit card at LG Mart. The most expensive computer part I have ever bought was an LG DRAM module. Some of the most expensive and luxurious houses (usually by the hundreds to thousands) are built by LG. LG has some of the most influential commuication-Internet companies. 019 PCS service, the latest PCS phones, and the best CD writers and LCD monitors are LG’s. The real LG was the petroleum company that also makes soap and has lots of gas stations. All even after DJ tried to kill those Jae-Bol groups in a futile national reform effort. LG is now the third after Samsung and Hyundai.
That is why communication is so slow and seemingly impossible. I’ve often noticed less than a few dozens of people can create some noise in the US and in Europe against powerful and large companies while thousands of people doing worse things here often goes unnoticed by the media even.
Anyway, I predict there will be more than 100,000,000 LG CD/DVD writers in the next few years around the world. LG has had Blu-ray and HDTV recorders as well, just waiting for the right time. People in Seoul hardly understand English, not to mention the German language written by the real Germans. Not even the ones sending letters to partners and contracters I mean. How could they do business in the continental Europe has always been a great mystery to me.