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Dept. stores again offering 17 days of huge discounts

Four major department stores - Lotte, Hyundai, Shinsegae and Galleria - are launching New Year’s sales events for 17 days from tomorrow until Jan. 20, similar to last year.

Lotte Department Store will focus on outdoor clothing, fur products and winter clothing, and will offer 30,000 discounted fur coats.

It will offer discounts of 30 to 50 percent on outdoor clothing for the first four days and slash the prices of 50 women’s clothing brands by up to 70 percent.

Famous clothing brands are also holding off-season sales at Lotte Department Store. Posh foreign brands such as Givenchy and Mulberry, casual clothing brands including Bean Pole and Polo, and relatively cheap SPA, or fast fashion, brands like Zara and Mango are all set to lower their prices until the end of this month.

Greeting the Year of the Snake, Lotte Department Stores said it will hand out special knee blankets to customers who spend over 100,000 won ($94.10) from tomorrow until Sunday.

Hyundai Department Store also kicks off its seasonal sale with casual clothing brands Polo and Bean Pole, lowering prices of their clothes by 30 percent.

From tomorrow, it will hold a “Wacoal Exhibition” at its stores by offering discounts of between 40 percent and 60 percent on products made by the underwear brand. It said it will offer other bargains on men’s and women’s clothing lines.

Over the cited period, Shinsegae Department Store will slash the prices of Levi’s, Guess and System garments by 30 to 50 percent. It will offer price cuts of around 10 percent on certain accessories and brands like Chocolat and MetroCity.

Galleria Department Store Luxury Hall will exhibit 30 pieces of jewelry and watches by Piaget worth a total of 3 billion won over the 17-day period.

By Kim Jung-yoon [kjy@joongang.co.kr]

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