LG Group is a South Korean conglomerate establishment selling electronics, telecommunication products, and products. The corporation operates globally through more than 30 companies and subsidiaries like LG Electronics, LG Display, LG Chem, LG Uplus, and Zenith. LG electronics is best known for manufacturing display devices, multimedia goods, software development, home appliances, and electronic parts. The multinational was founded in 1947 by Koo In-hwoi as a chemical industrial organization. Subsequently, the company expanded to form the Goldstar Co. Ltd. in 1958, producing South Korea’s first radio. It later started offering fans, air conditioners, washing machines, televisions, and refrigerators. The establishment was renamed in 1995 to LG and is associated with the tagline “Life’s Good.” LG’s introduction of the first internet television in 2007 caused a massive surge in demand for its products globally. The “LG Smart TV” allowed audiences to not only receive information from the internet while watching conventional television programs but also store and use it. In 2000, LG and Hitachi formed joint ventures called Hitachi-LG Data Storage to manufacture DVD and Blu-ray optical disk drives for computers. Moreover, the two organizations formed the LG Hitachi Water Solutions in 2011 for water treatment technologies. The agreement allowed the diversification of technologies by LG like televisions, radios, home appliances, and wires. LG also set up a joint venture with Magna International in 2020 to manufacture parts used in electric cars like electric motors and onboard chargers. The corporation is listed in the South Korea Stock Exchange, Luxembourg Stock Exchange, and London Stock Exchange.
With such a rich history, it’s no wonder the company has so many products out there, from new to used. Finding the right documentation can be difficult, especially in the English language. This is the reason why we opened up a section dedicated to LG User Manuals, where you can view or download each PDF.