By Kim Seung-hoon-Kwon, reporterFor the first time, Korean consumers can buy their favorite brands in an online shop.
A Korean electronics retailer recently opened an online store with a virtual menu.
But how do you become a crystal buyer?
A lot of consumers spend money on online products.
Some spend money in stores and pay by check or credit card, while others buy online for less.
Korean consumers spend a lot of money online and shop for everything online.
It’s difficult for a person to avoid buying online.
But some consumers, who are often poor or unemployed, have difficulty finding online shops.
There are two types of online shopping.
Online shopping and online shopping mallsOnline shopping malls are where customers can buy products online and take them to a local retail store.
Online shoppers can purchase anything they want at any time.
The stores may offer different products depending on the time of the day or the season.
The shopping mall also offers discounts.
Some malls have an option to accept credit cards.
They charge fees for buying items and services online.
Consumers can choose to pay with cash or a debit card.
Korea is a large country with an extensive network of malls and stores.
They are available to consumers anywhere, regardless of location.
Some consumers may not be able to afford the costs of shopping online.
The price difference between online and offline shopping is also large.
Kim Seung.-Kim is the lead reporter at Newsweek.
He previously worked as a reporter at the Seoul Metropolitan Government and as a staff writer at Korea Business Weekly.