iPhone Korea Nowon Service Center

Complete English repair and customization service for iphone, ipad and ipod.

Fastest professional care at the most competitive prices in the nation.

For example, most iphone repairs take 10 minutes.  Glass repair for iphone 3GS is 35,000 and iphone 4G is 90,000.

One of 19 locations across Korea, the Nowon center is located 20 seconds from Nowon station (lines 4, 7) exit 9.

Check out the English website or call the English line for general information and detailed list of fees.



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