So here's what I hope is helpful information for any potential expats. First, here's one website that actually has some information.
Second, here's some helpful photos. (Pictures are always what I want when looking for information... reading is hard! j/j)
Here's an outlet in Korea.
And a Korean plug!
Like my chipping nail polish? Classy. ;)
Standard Adapter (Will work for small electronics... currently being used to charge our cell phones)
For bigger electronics (like I said above) you need a converter... I would bring power strips, lots of power strips.
Now, don't panic when you see these. They're actually for sale in your local HomePlus in Korea(well, at least in our local HomePlus), near the lightbulbs and other powerstrips, etc. You can count on finding them when you get here. However, be aware, they're not cheap. About $40 each.
Once again, make sure you bring all your power strips. The converters only have 2 outlets, like a normal wall outlet. I don't know if I'd plan on bringing your hairdryer, etc. It might be more of a pain then it's worth to have one of these in the bathroom when you could go to HomePlus and pick up a $20 Korean hairdryer. That's what I decided for our Iron anyway. Not worth hauling a converter around...
Hope this helps anyone trying to find out information. Feel free to post questions if you have them! I'll try to get back to you within 24hours. :)