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Winter apparel sales surge in Korea, despite summer heat

Lotte Home Shopping Inc. hosted a fur coat sales promotion in June, selling more than 1,000 fur coats in a single hour.

How Korea’s big 3 department stores are killing it right now

Inflation and a recovery in the apparel category have the big 3 of Korean department store retail carrying on where they...

Shinsegae and Lotte to compete in wine and whisky market

Shinsegae and Lotte are going beyond retail to jump into the wine and whisky markets, which have grown since the Covid-1...

Shinsegae confirms EBay acquisition details

"The deal price is lower than what EBay Inc originally wanted," said Park Eun-kyung, analyst at Samsung Securities.

Shinsegae, Naver win bidding battle for EBay South Korea

Lotte Shopping misses out on prime online asset.

South Korean retail firms Lotte and Shinsegae bid for EBay Korea

EBay Korea is the country's third-largest e-commerce firm with a 12.8-per-cent market share last year.
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Starbucks US sells its stake in South Korean business

If all deals are closed, Starbucks South Korea is estimated to be worth more than US$2 billion.

South Korean perfume sales surge despite shrinking cosmetics market

“Consumers are replacing cosmetics with perfumes as a way of expressing themselves in the pandemic era."

Shinsegae and Taubman Asia open Starfield Anseong

Shinsegae group and Taubman Asia have opened the new shopping mall Starfield Anseong in South Korea's Gyeonggi Province.

Sales growth disappoints South Korean department store operators

A South Korean government-led retail sale festival designed to boost spending amid the coronavirus outbreak ended yester...