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Hyundai Department Store has held the industry’s first no-guest fashion show to help small and medium-sized fashion brands suffering from the pandemic.
SPC Group, operator of Shake Shack in South Korea, is bringing Eggslut, the California-based egg sandwich chain, to Seoul and Singapore.
With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread relentlessly non-contact services are emerging as a new trend, with demand for service robots growing.
South Korean hamburger franchises are showing better performances during the coronavirus crisis than most restaurants thanks to take-out and delivery.
South Korean premium grocery delivery e-commerce firm Kurly has procured funding of US$150 million from its existing investors.
The pending merger between South Korea’s number one food-delivery app Baemin and Yogiyo has fuelled widespread concerns about monopolistic market behaviour.
South Korean duty-free stores are electing to temporarily close for business as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
South Korean AI-based fashion-tech firm Odd Concepts has raised US$6 million in Series B funding, taking the company’s accumulated investments to about US$10 million.
Olive Young has affixed footprint stickers to the floor by checkout counters, to encourage shoppers to follow recommended social-distancing directives.
Newly opened South Korean department store Galleria in Gwanggyo features a distinctive multifaceted glass passage wrapped around the stone exterior.
Many South Koreans are becoming depressed as they suffer from the ‘corona blues,’ a phenomenon caused by a lack of outdoor activities due to the coronavirus.
Starbucks Korea will expand social-distancing measures across its branches nationwide from Thursday, after a successful trial at some stores.