If you own a 3G smartphone, but live in a country with no 3G service (yet), well it's like owning a Ferrari in Singapore - there's nowhere to try out your toy at full speed.
So on landing at Incheon - the airport serving Seoul - it was great watching my HTC Diamond's never before use 'H' (for HSPA) icon appear, which morphed into the inverse-color '3G' symbol after warning me about roaming charges.
So now the Opera browser loads pages almost imperceptibly faster. Oh - and I can't send an sms. Doh! I'll try the video-calling as soon as I line up a suitably-equipped victim, and play with my sms settings. The photo is of the spaceship-like terminal building (snapped as I walked to the parking lot).