I've done a bit of research before the iPhone was released in South Korea about using a foreign one there...but now the situation may have changed slightly. I'm going to South Korea in August for 10 months and I want to bring an iPhone with me from the States. I don't want to buy one when I'm there, I want to get it here. My question is, is there any way for me to get service there without paying for some international plan ($3/minute...hahaha)? Can anyone shed some light? I know Korea's phone companies control which phones use their networks because they have a whitelist of all phone IMEI's that can access their networks. Previously, this limited iPhones from use in South Korea, but now that they also have iPhones in circulation, will I be able to use mine, too? Sorry if this is kind of confusing. I'll elaborate if I need to. Thanks, Levi.