Effort by convenience stores to get rid of food close to its "sell by" date have proved to be new source of revenue.
Danggeun Market focuses on going “hyperlocal,” a new buzzword for digital life in Korea as people whittle down the geography of their daily existences. Its main concept is listing things being offered for sale within a six-kilometer radius.
Lotte Himart plans to start a secondhand service starting next month for both buyers and sellers.
”Hyperlocal” is the new buzzword for digital life in Korea as people whittle down the geography of their daily existences in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic.
"One day, my teaching assistant [TA] walked in with a Louis Vuitton backpack,” said Kwak Geum-joo, a psychology professor at Seoul National University. “Since I knew that TAs only get paid a few hundred thousand won (a few hundred dollars) a ...
Retail companies are racing to form their own online communities so they are not so dependent on the likes of Facebook and Instagram.