Models pose to promote a Homeplus sale celebrating the Korean football team's World Cup qualifying matches scheduled in June. The sale will run from Thursday to June 9, offering beer and popular anju such as beef and jerky at discounted prices.
Homeplus appointed Jay Lee as CEO. The retailer made the announcement three months after Lim Il-soon stepped down.
Models pose with sneakers at Homeplus’ Gangseo branch in western Seoul on Tuesday.
Models demonstrate digital payment systems using facial recognition technology at a Homeplus branch in Seoul.
Homeplus hopes to generate 2.4 trillion won ($2.14 billion) in annual revenue from online sales in three years, the company said on Thursday, and remain profitable doing so.
Models poses at an electric vehicle (EV) charging station located in Homeplus's Gangseo branch in western Seoul on Tuesday.
Models pose with products that are part of Homeplus’s promotion for stay-at-home activities, including cooking ingredients and equipment as well as alcoholic beverages at the Gangseo District branch in western Seoul on Wednesday.
Homeplus CEO Lim Il-soon is stepping down after more than three years in the top post.
Retail companies are racing to form their own online communities so they are not so dependent on the likes of Facebook and Instagram.
Models promote crabs at the Homeplus Gangseo branch in western Seoul on Thursday. The retailer will hold a Crab Festival, offering customers various types of crabs, such as king crab, lobster and crayfish at discounted prices.