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Milestones

  • 2010s
  • 2000s
  • 1990s
  • 1980s
2010s
  • 2010
  • 05
    • Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show 2010'
     
    • Subaru Korea started to sell Subaru
  • 2011
  • 03
    • MMSK stopped selling Mitsubishi
    04
    • Co-hosted 'Seoul Motor Show 2011'
    07
    • Korea- EU FTA came into effect in July 1st
    12
    • Mercedes-Benz Korea stopped selling Maybach
  • 2012
  • 01
    • Hanbul Motors started to sell Citroen
    03
    • Korea-USA FTA came into effect in March 15
    05
    • Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show 2010'
     
    • CXC started to sell Mitsubishi
    07
    • Press Briefing on the 25th anniversary of the opening of Imported cars
    12
    • Subaru Korea stopped selling Subaru
  • 2013
  • 02
    • Chrysler Korea started to sell Fiat
    04
    • Co-hosted 'Seoul Motor Show 2013'
    08
    • CXC stopped selling Mitsubishi
  • 2014
  • 01
    • Establishment of Porsche Korea
    05
    • Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show 2014'
  • 2015
  • 04
    • Co-hosted 'Seoul Motor Show 2015'
  • 2016
  • 06
    • Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show 2016'
  • 2017
  • 03
    • Co-hosted 'Seoul Motor Show 2017'
  • 2018
  • 06
    • Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show 2018'
    07
    • GM Korea renamed to Cadillac Korea
2000~2004
  • 2000
  • 03
    • Establishment of Toyota Motor Korea
    04
    • Establishment of Gojin Motor Import co. Ltd
    05
    • Hosted '2000 Korea Import Motor Show'
  • 2001
  • 06
    • Volvo Korea launched to sell Jaguar & Land Rover
     
    • Volvo Korea's Integration into the Premier Automotive Group Korea
    09
    • Six Automobile Importers' Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show'
  • 2002
  • 09
    • Establishment of Mercedes-Benz Korea
     
    • Establishment of Hanbul Motors, as an Importer of Peugeot
  • 2003
  • 03
    • Establishment of Honda Korea
    05
    • ‘Hosted '2003 Korea Import Motor Show'
    10
    • Seven Automobile Importers' Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show'
  • 2004
  • 05
    • BMW Korea launched to sell Rolls-Royce
     
    • Establishment of Nissan Korea
    06
    • Mercedes-Benz Korea launched to sell Maybach
    10
    • Establishment of Audi Korea
2005~2009
  • 2005
  • 01
    • Establishment of Volkswagen Korea
    02
    • BMW Korea launched to sell MINI
    05
    • Co-hosted "2005 Seoul Motor Show”
    07
    • Nissan Korea launched to sell Infiniti
    10
    • Hosted "2005 Import Car Driving Tour"
  • 2006
  • 04
    • Automobile Importers' Participation in 'Busan International Motor Show'
    10
    • Hosted "2006 Import Car Driving Tour"
  • 2007
  • 04
    • Co-hosted "2007 Seoul Motor Show”
    12
    • Press meeting on 20th anniversary of the automobile imports and open markets
  • 2008
  • 04
    • Establishment of Jaguar Land Rover Korea
    10
    • MMSK launched to sell Mitsubishi
     
    • Hosted "2008 Import Car Driving Tour"
    11
    • Nissan Korea launched to sell Nissan
  • 2009
  • 04
    • Co-hosted "2009 Seoul Motor Show”
    07
    • PAG Korea renamed Volvo Car Korea
    10
    • Toyota Motor Korea launched to sell Toyota
1990~1994
  • 1990
  • 02
    • Ssangyong Motors stopped selling Renault
  • 1991
  • 09
    • Doosan handed over the sales right of 'Saab' from Shinhan Motors
  • 1992
  • 01
    • Inchcape launched to sell Rolls-Royce & Land Rover
    08
    • Woosung Tire launched to sell Chrysler
    09
    • Inchcape launched to sell Jaguar & General Motors
  • 1993
  • 09
    • Daelim Motorcycle stopped selling Honda
  • 1994
  • 03
    • Hanil Development co.Ltd renamed Hanjin Construction
    04
    • Woosung Tire renamed Woosung Distribution
     
    • Samwhan Camus launched to sell Citroen
1995~1996
  • 1995
  • 01
    • Establishment of the KAIDA
    04
    • Kumho stopped selling FIAT
    07
    • BMW launched direct sales in Korea
    09
    • The First MOU blueprint composed between Korean and US
  • 1996
  • 02
    • Kia Motors stopped selling 'Ford'
    08
    • Ford launched direct sales in Korea
     
    • Jinse Trading & Inchcape launched to sell Toyota
    09
    • Establishment of Chrysler Korea co. Ltd
1997~1999
  • 1997
  • 01
    • Dongbu Industry renamed Dongbu Express
    03
    • Hanbo stopped selling FIAT
    06
    • Volvo Trucks launched direct sales in Korea
    07
    • Jukwang Motors Contracted with FIAT
    10
    • Inchcape withdrew
    12
    • Dongbu stopped selling Peugeot
  • 1998
  • 01
    • Establishment of Volvo Korea and Launching of its direct sales in Korea
    02
    • Establishment GM Korea
    04
    • TT Korea launched to sell Toyota
    10
    • US-Korea Automobile Negotiation and MOU drawn out
  • 1999
  • 06
    • Ford Korea Launched to Sell Jaguar
    07
    • Total abolition of restrictions in importing Japanese automobiles
1987~1989
  • 1987
  • 01
    • The Automobile Market opened partially
     
    • Hansung Motors launched to sell Benz & Porsche while Hyosung Group handled Volkswagen & Audi
    03
    • Kolon Coporation launched to sell BMW
     
    • Hanjin Group launched to sell Volvo
  • 1988
  • 01
    • Dongbu(Peugeot) and Dusan(Saab) launched sales
    04
    • The Imported Automobile Market opened extensively
    05
    • Kia Motors launched to sell Ford
    06
    • Geumho launched the sell FIAT
    09
    • Ssangyong Motors launched to sell Renault
  • 1989
  • 03
    • Hanjin co. Ltd renamed Hanil Development co. Ltd
    06
    • Daelim Motorcycle launched to sell Honda