I found myself standing in the middle of the LG exhibition room in Jeju Island, Korea and I didn’t see mere appliances — it was a room filled with possibilities.

As I made my way to each product, I was schooled in LG’s newly announced signature line. But really, I took away more than just machine specs:

LG Signature OLED TV

This big screen was a sight to behold.


At a thickness (or thinness) of 2.57mm (equivalent to two stacked coins!), and attached to the wall only via a magnetic mount, this was something straight out of a sci-fi movie.

This flexible (literally, it bends) telly paints a pretty picture of possibilities imagined that are now realities, and I’m not just talking about TV shows.

LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator

The newest LG fridge is an ode to improvement, as it attempts to solve mundane issues with typical refrigerators through innovation.

Knock knock!

It features a 29-inch Full HD touchscreen display, the InstaView (which means a glass panel allows you to see the inside of the refrigerator without having to open it), and automatic lighting with a knock.

This is proof that simple solutions can make life easier if you pay attention to the problems in the first place.

LG Levitating Portable Speaker

The LG levitating speaker, more than anything, is an example that nothing is impossible.

Speakers do not float, but this one does, and it just floats on, okay. Made of two parts — the dock and the speaker — this ingenuous device hovers as it brings music to your ears. It then gracefully falls back into the dock to charge once it runs out of batteries, because even this machine realizes when to recharge so it can live to fight another day (as should you!).

LG TWINWash

The LG TWINWash, aptly called, is a double washer. This allows you to do two loads of laundry at the same time because of its unique twin-wash system, which means there is a main washer and additional mini washer.

In laundry, as in life, solutions sometimes entail having to think outside of the box, or even adding another (mini washer) box in.

CordZero Robot

This robot vacuum is an adaptive machine. As it cleans, it recognizes its surroundings and takes in information regarding where to clean and what obstacles there are.

The cord zero isn’t tied down (it’s cordless!) because it’s designed, precisely, to go out there, learn, and adapt to get the job done — just like you.

Hub Robot

This oddly shaped robot is the cutest machine you’ll see yet.

This dancing (yes, it really dances) control bot integrates all your appliances and brings them together in one centralized, voice-activated system. It allows you to take control of your home by creating one seamless network. It also recognizes people and has its own facial expressions! Plus, there are Hub Robot Minis which act as extensions of the main Hub Robot, and they perform the same functions.

It’s amazing how all these gadgets in your home become one big amazing powerhouse (literally) because they come together in one unified system. Sometimes, all it really takes is bringing everything you already know/have and applying it to create a great thing. Each beautiful, shiny machine was outstanding in their own ways; each a product of human ingenuity and experience.

Applied to technology, these improvements make for precision appliances. Applied to real-life scenarios, well, let’s just say we finally get where the Korean brand got its slogan: Life’s Good.

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