Where is Hyundai Corporate office Headquarters

Hyundai Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 738 Eonju-ro, Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Phone Number: +82 2-542-3322
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 2,50,000
  • Established: 1967
  • Founder: Chung Ju-yung
  • Key People: Chung Mong-koo (Chairman & CEO)

Hyundai Headquarters Location & Directions

Hyundai Headquarters Executive Team



Mong-Koo Chung

Chairman & CEO

Peter Schreyer

President & Chief Design Officer

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  • Wenceslao Santiago says:

    I had a 2016 Tucson I drove it to SC from SA and after 3 hours on the road the AC went out the air was not cold. When we got to SC and parked the car overnight the AC started to blow out cool air again while we stayed in SC which was four days we were driving short trips the whole stay. On our departure date after around 3 hours the cool air started to get warmer gradually until the AC no longer blew any cool air. The weather outside was cool so we lowered our back windows half way and that made the ride back to San Antonio comfortable. The next day I called the service department at World Car Hyundai and they said a recall for the AC may of been the problem and they made the appointment. I specifically asked them to check the system out and not to depend on the recall item.
    I got the car back and it was cooling. The next month was had to drive six hours to attend my wife’s nephews graduation celebration. The temputure outside was aroud 102 after 350 miles driven into the trip once again the ac started to blow warm air. We couldn’t open the windows it was to hot outside. We made stops at every gas station we saw to cool down along the way.
    well the next day the air was blowing cool.
    Once we started our trip back home which is a six hour drive at around 355 miles into the trip once again the air stopped blowing cool and only warm air was blowing. The temputure outside was 104 once again we stopped at all gas stations to cool off.
    When we got home I ask my wife to lay down and rest. that was around 4:30pm at around 7:30pm she said she wanted to go to the emergency room her heart was beating so fast it felt it was going to explode. Once in the exigency room. She was wheeled off and was treated by a cardiologist and some other specialist the stated the heat she suffered in the car ride caused her to have a heart attack and were trying to determine the level of damage her heart suffered due to the heat she had to withstand during the car ride.

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