Just How Colorful Is South Korea's Car Culture?


We won't spoil it for you. There's no point, really. It sucks.

Just a few decades ago, most people in South Korea weren't that well off. Now, it’s one ofthe most technologically advanced countries in the world with awesome cars being sold around the globe. With all of this wealth from technologicaldistribution and profit, you would expect that the cars people drive would bediverse. Well, Doug DeMuro went to South Korea to find out how the cars are inthe peninsula and what most people drive. The result? It’s not that great, tobe honest. But you probably already knew that to be true.

Check out the video to see what his highlights were duringhis stay in Korea. The results might shock you.

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