As I was watching, I stopped the recording with a view of the front of her car. I then went to the Peugeot Web site, and selected "Korea, Republic of" from the list of countries.
If you select 'USA' it opens a popup window that tells you who to contact if you need your Peugeot serviced, since they don't have any dealers in the US. Only thing is, it tells you this in French
The grille of the 207 on the Korean page looks the same as the one Jangwha drives. It seems like it is the older model, compared with the 207 on the French, Italian, and Japanese sites, as the parking lights are on the grille, rather than the fenders.
And, yeah, what's up with no picture (AGAIN!)?
You know, with the 'eu' and 'eo', 'Peugeot' kinda looks like Romanized Korean . In Hangul, it'd be 브걷
I suspect the actual Hangulization is different, because of the Hard 'G' versus soft 'G'.