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Massive Lines In South Korea For The PlayStation 4

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This week, PlayStation Korea rolled out price cuts for the PS4 and PS4 Pro for a limited time only. Folks have lined up in droves.

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The PlayStation 4 launched in South Korea on December 17, 2013.

The PS4 Pro is originally 498,000 South Korean Won ($444), but it’s marked down to 348,000 KRW ($311), while the 378,000 KRW ($337) PlayStation 4 is 248,000 KRW ($221). The PSVR is also on sale, priced at 298,000 KRW ($266) from 448,000 KRW ($400).

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According to Afternoon News, a limited number of consoles and PSVR headsets is being alotted to PlayStation partner stores and online retailers. Check out photos of people from when the sale began yesterday. There are reports of sellouts, especially for the Pro.

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The sale ends on Feb 3.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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silvercloak50
silvercloak50

Why is SK so late to the PS4 party?  It’s been out for what? 4 years? Almost 5?