^I live in Korea.
They came out a couple years ago here, when the exchange rate was taking a nosedive, and so I could've bought a new 2.0T for as low as $14K a year ago (and a smaller korean-market V6 Genesis sedan would've been like $28K at the time too), hovered around ~$17K or so for the year of 2009, and now they're probably back up towards 19K or so for a new one in '10 now that the exchange rate is evening out again. I should've gotten a new one last year, driven it, and sold it this year and pocketed a few grand.
They're immensely popular here, Koreans know it's the first real domestic car worth buying. Also, imported cars are really expensive here as well and so people who buy these aren't cross shopping them against anything else. Infiniti G's are $50-60K and German 2.0L cars (320i, C200K A4) are $50K to start, all with automatics, so the Genesis is just about the only car you can buy over here with a MT for under 20,30,40, or even 50 grand. It's not very good pickings. Because of that though, most people who have the Gen coupe over here obviously have never owned anything else that compares (or at all, it's a popular first car here) so I haven't seen any decent reviews on the Genesis coupe, except the usual car rags that keep saying that it's about 90-95% as good as a G37/et al for 75% of the price.