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    This is one impressive site! and nicely laid out. Thank you. I am headed to Korea with my mini iPad. Trying to locate electrical power info so I don't bow out my great little tool. They run 220 in South Korea. Advice?
    10-08-2013 11:20 AM
  2. kch50428's Avatar
    Get a universal travel power adapter kit... you'll be prepared for whatever you find.
    10-08-2013 11:22 AM
  3. Fausty82's Avatar
    This is one impressive site! and nicely laid out. Thank you. I am headed to Korea with my mini iPad. Trying to locate electrical power info so I don't bow out my great little tool. They run 220 in South Korea. Advice?
    The Apple chargers are all multi-voltage chargers and can handle everything from 110 to 240, and both 50 and 60 hz... all you need to worry about is matching the plug to the power source. Korea uses the European plug - the 2 round prongs.

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    Official Site of Korea Tourism Org.: Electricity and Voltage

    And this is the kit that Keith mentioned... covers ALL your bases...

    Apple World Travel Adapter Kit - Apple Store (U.S.)
    10-08-2013 12:37 PM

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