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South Korean big-box retailer E-mart will sell 13 store buildings and land to improve its financial situation.
Having run for more than 100 days, the scale of South Korea’s ongoing boycott movement against Japanese products is unprecedented.
Taubman Asia president Peter Sharp has resigned after almost three years in the role.
A House of BTS pop-up store will launch in Seoul on October 18, featuring merchandise from the famous K-pop boy-band.
Major South Korean convenience-store chain CU is preparing to accept payments in cryptocurrency.
America’s Habit Burger Grill is eyeing South Korea expansion in partnership with consulting firm Bridging Culture Worldwide.
UK fashion house Ted Baker has slumped into the red in the first half of the year, its position not helped by a 15.2-per-cent fall in sales in Asia.
French cosmetics startup La Bouche Rouge has chosen Hong Kong as its first Asian market ahead of a regional rollout.
British luxury menswear house Dunhill has opened two new retail locations in South Korea.
This year’s most-loved South Korean brands have been named by the Brandstars Selection Committee.
Korean mobile lifestyle platform company Kakao has associated with IMG to exclusively license its iconic character brand Kakao Friends in Europe.
South Korea’s CU convenience store chain will expand its footprint to Vietnam, its second international market after Mongolia.