57,000 vehicles recalled in S. Korea due to safety issues
Updated: 2021-12-02 13:42:01 KST
Eight vehicle models are being recalled in South Korea due to various safety issues.
The Transport Ministry said Thursday that the recall affects more than 57-thousand cars, vans and motorcycles.
The models include the Ioniq Electric from Hyundai Motor, which has an issue with its driving assistance software that can result in accidents.
Also, the Kia Carnival minivan, whose doors have a problem that can cause them to open while the car's moving.
Those are the two main models affected.
To check the others, visit the government's recall website at car-dot-go-dot-kr.
Free repairs will be available starting this month.