I have nothing against Korean guitars, either. A lot of them are really well made these days. But there's no way i'd pay premium prices for one. At first glance, those Prestige guitars look comparable to Dillion or Jay Turser guitars. Not bad for what they are, but they're midrange instruments at best.
For them to command premium prices, the very least they need to be doing is using top-tier hardware and electronics. "2 Single coil + 1 Humbucking pickup" is not the kind of detail i expect to see on the spec sheet of a C$2000+ guitar. And that is a TRS trem. Third-rate at best.
Slapping tons of ugly inlay, gold hardware and abalone purfling on a $500 guitar doesn't make it a premium instrument. It's like putting lipstick on a pig.
I would say caveat emptor. Don't buy one without checking it out first, in detail, in person. How many new "premium" manufacturers start out with that many models in their lineup? None. They just buy from OEM manufacturers with some design/spec tweaks and have their logo slapped on.