SEOUL -- An innovative electric vehicle charging station made its debut in Seoul as the first product of collaboration between SK Networks and Hyundai Motor, featuring fast chargers, a coffee lounge, a shared kitchen and an office block so that customers can enjoy a variety of cultural and other activities.
SK Networks, a trading and retail arm of South Korea's third-largest conglomerate SK Group, has teamed up with Hyundai Motor to establish a network of charging stations for electric vehicles that that would match a new market environment and the rapidly changing lifestyle of drivers.
The first station opened in eastern Seoul on January 21 by converting an old gas station into a lifestyle complex where visitors can experience a variety of cultural and other activities while refueling. On the first floor, Hyundai Motor installed eight fast chargers with unique designs to reduce time. customers can easily connect charging ports without feeling the weight of connecting lines.
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