Lotte Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Lotte Confectionery Co will launch a snack subscription service dubbed “Monthly Snack,” the first of its kind in South Korea.
South Korean retail group Lotte Shopping will sell off 121 stores this year in an attempt to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on sales.
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is raising prices for its luxury items in the South Korean market, allegedly in a bid to take advantage of a prospective surge in buying following the coronavirus outbreak.
South Korean retail conglomerate Lotte is expanding its e-commerce offering with one-hour delivery grocery services.
South Korea’s department-store industry has launched an all-out effort to secure VIP customers who spend more than ordinary customers.
The coronavirus outbreak has substantially altered forecasts for Asia-Pacific duty-free sales this year, according to research firm GlobalData.
Lotte Shopping plans to shut down as many as 200 department stores and large-format supermarkets in South Korea, marking a massive cull for the country.
South Korean convenience-store owners are cancelling 24-service as minimum wage rise has eroded profits. Last year, president Moon Jae-in launched a campaign to raise the hourly minimum wage by 29 per cent over two years. With night-shift employees earning time-and-a-half pay, franchisees have been struggling to pay part-time staff during the small hours. Not all stores traded arou…
South Korea’s retail industry is discovering discount wine is a strong driver of customer growth in brick-and-mortar stores. Wine consumption has been on a steady rise for years, but selling alcoholic beverages online is illegal in South Korea, so the category is a drawcard for customers who might otherwise shop online. In response, the industry is using a strategy to put out cheaper…
Shinsegae Department Store says its outlet in Gangnam, an affluent area in southern Seoul, reported US$1.7 billion in accumulated sales last year.
As the 2020 is the Year of the White Rat on the Chinese zodiac calendar, South Korean retailers are planning rat-related products and special promotional events. Emart24, Shinsegae Group’s convenience-store chain, will begin selling white mouse-shaped marshmallows made by the German company Aseli from tomorrow. Furthermore, Shinsegae Department Store began selling rat-shaped cakes …
The first The Conran Shop in South Korea has opened in Seoul inside a Lotte Department store.