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The first Conran Shop in Seoul has opened – and it is the British luxury furniture and home accessories retailer’s largest store globally.
South Korean consumers’ love for luxury labels is encouraging high-end brands to take bold, innovative moves into the market, opening pop-up stores and staging world-exclusive fashion shows.
South Korean retail conglomerate Lotte is bringing London mobile shopping tech startup Rezolve into its market.
The popularity of diets based on vegetables is on the rise as an increasing number of South Korean consumers are looking for healthy and ethical consumption. As a result, South Korean c-stores are launching growing ranges of vegetarian products to meet demand. Nongshim, South Korea’s top instant-noodles maker, last month released stir-fried noodles that don’t contain any meat. Si…
South Korean companies are engaged in a fierce battle with Japanese rivals in the Vietnam retail market, which has emerged as a “post-China.”
Changi Airport Group has awarded its liquor & tobacco concession tender to Lotte Duty Free. The company will succeed DFS Group when the concession contract expires next year. The awarding of the liquor & tobacco concession ends a fierce contest between some of the world’s leading travel retailers, including Gebr Heinemann and The Shilla Duty Free. Changi Airport Group (CAG…
South Korea’s big-name beauty retailers are prepared to defend their market share from the launch of Sephora South Korea, which debuts this week.
British luxury menswear house Dunhill has opened two new retail locations in South Korea.
A Rihanna makeup class was held at Lotte World Towerin partnership with Fenty Beauty
Cornered by a low-price offensive from online sellers, South Korean retailers are striking back with a so-called ‘malling’ strategy.
Three travel retail companies are in the running to take over the liquor and tobacco concession at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
South Korean health-and-beauty stores have suspended sales of products from Japanese beauty firm DHC Corp, after the company made offensive remarks about Koreans.