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Bummed about the big exam? These discounts might help.

LaGrillia promotes its offer to those who took the college entrance exam on Thursday. [SPC GROUP]

LaGrillia promotes its offer to those who took the college entrance exam on Thursday. [SPC GROUP]

 
Retailers and food companies are rolling out promotions targeting students just completing their college entrance exams, which were held on Thursday.  
 
They are mostly offering discounts.  
 
Lotte Department Store is offering a 20,000-won ($18) rebate to customers who took the college entrance exam if they spend 100,000 won or more. The promotion, starting on Friday, is offered to the first 5,000 at each Lotte Department Store branch. To receive the rebate, they have to apply for a coupon via the company's app.  
 
Hyundai Department Store is offering up to 30 percent off on around 10 brands, like Converse and Puma, at its branch in Sinchon, western Seoul, through Nov. 28. 
 
LaGrillia Italian restaurant is offering a free spaghetti dish to customers who show a certificate proving they took the exam. The promotion lasts through Nov. 28. The promotion is held in selective LaGrillia restaurants.  
 
Caffe Pascucci is offering a 2,000-won rebate to the test takers through Sunday.  
 
BB.Q chicken is offering a 6,000 won rebate for customers making payments through food delivery app Yogiyo. The promotion is from Friday through Nov. 23.  
 
Jeju Air is offering discounted airline ticket for test takers.
 
Jeju Air said it is giving 30 percent off to the test takers for domestic flights leaving by Jan. 31. One companion of the student will be given a 15 percent discount.  
 
Tickets can be booked through Dec. 17 on the Jeju Air website or mobile app.  
 

BY JIN MIN-JI [jin.minji@joongang.co.kr]
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