Ok. I've learned about the WIPI network protocol in South Korea that is preventing the iPhone from being sold there. The government doesn't allow phones to be sold without the WIPI middleware running. However, recently low-cost 3G phones have been allowed without WIPI, as long as they don't connect to the internet. More info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WIPI I'm not asking for speculation, but someone who actually knows what they're talking about. Can the iPhone 3G access the internet in S. Korea? Can it connect to the 3G cellular network? I will be roaming internationally (at $3/min) when I arrive in Seoul this coming Saturday. I can return my iPhone any time before August 11th, and I'd like to before it becomes a problem. Savvy?