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The No Brand Burger from Shinsegae Food, the food manufacturing arm of South Korean retail giant Shinsegae, are dominating the South Korean hamburger market. Analysts say that Shinsegae’s cost-effectiveness strategy for its new No Brand Burger restaurants is behind such growth. The company managed to lower the price by more than 1000 won (US$0.84) compared to its competitors while …
South Korean department stores are elevating their VIP shopping experience by refurbishing their outlets, expanding services to shore up profitability.
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.
A South Korean Shopping Festival is about to begin, modelled on the likes of Black Friday in the US and Singles’ Day in China. Fierce competition is expected among e-commerce companies this year as well as they take on brick-and-mortar retailers. As recently as a couple years ago, November was an off-season for shopping in South Korea with only a few vendors holding promotional ev…
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.
South Korean big-box retailer E-mart will sell 13 store buildings and land to improve its financial situation.
A Rihanna makeup class was held at Lotte World Towerin partnership with Fenty Beauty
South Korean retail giant Shinsegae is developing a cashierless grocery-store modelled on the Amazon Go concept.
Cornered by a low-price offensive from online sellers, South Korean retailers are striking back with a so-called ‘malling’ strategy.
South Korea’s largest retailers are having to invest in logistics to cope with rising online spending and personalised delivery services.
Starbucks Korea has reported a 28-per-cent year-on-year jump in its operating profit in the first half of the year.
Korean discount chain operator E-Mart has posted its first-ever net loss, amid growing competition from online shopping rivals and e-commerce giants.