We are surrounded by technology and when it breaks down what do you do? For many going to a service centre might strike fear as you might not be able to speak Korean or if you have certain branded products – service centres might only be in Seoul – and most are closed at the weekends.
So – go and join this group asap for all your computer/ phone issues – https://www.facebook.com/groups/KoreaMacPCGuys/ .
Trust me – in most cases they not only sort out your problem, but it will also cost you a fraction of what you might pay somewhere else plus add in the the cost of travelling to Seoul – and all in the comfort of English.
A friend of mine had trouble of saving info and photo’s from a phone that had died. And after a quick chat to the guys and a visit to the store – the problem was sorted out in 1 day. FYI – she took her phone to 3 other certified service centres and all said nothing could be done.
So check them out on their facebook group or here is some other info to find them.
“We are located on the third floor above the brick-facade restaurant, just across from the Dongbu Police Station and Asian Culture Complex.
From our old location, walk up to the corner toward the police station and take a right at Dutch & Dutch Coffee. Follow the alleyway down toward the Culture Complex. The entrance is on the side, between the orange & white building and the restaurant.
광주광역시 동구 대의동 67 (61475)
67, Dong-gu, Daeui-dong, Gwangju (Google)
Google Maps co-ordinates : 35.148689, 126.919620
Monday-Friday 10:30am – 8pm , Saturday – 11am- 8pm
Sunday – appointment only (in case of hangover hehe)
If doors are locked when arrive, probably means gone to get a snack or taking a nap on the sofa
– Call Heino – 010-5453-6719, Steve – 010-7436-7110, Danny (최성혁) – 010-9272-1027 “