Garosu-gil Street Highstreet Fashion Stores

Korea has rapidly become a battleground for global 'fast fashion', the affordable high street fashion stores. In 2006, Japanese brand Uniqlo arrived in Korea, followed by America's Forever 21, Spain's Zara in 2008 and Sweden's H&M in 2009.

Most recently, casual brand Abercrombie & Fitch has decided to open stores in Korea, and the U.K.'s Topshop is in talks with importer Cheil Industries (Samsung) to open a store here. The Korean fashion market is exploding. Foreign brands that have opened stores in Korea have seen sales skyrocket prompting them to have positive expectations of the market's growth potential. Besides a large number of foreign brands, Korean brands such as Codes Combine, LeShop, E-land, SPAO and MIXXO are all still in the game and fighting to stay afloat. Samsung's newest brand: 8 Seconds is a good example of a Korean brand trying to captivate it's customers in 8 seconds, hence the name.


ZARA Garosu-gil-Street, Seoul Metropolitan City

Zara mixes cutting-edge fashion with mid range prices. Whether it's ultra feminine looks or stylish apparel, Zara carrys all the latest trends in women's & men's fashion and accessories.

8 Seconds

8 Seconds Garosu-gil-Street, Seoul Metropolitan City

8 Seconds is Samsung Fashion's new highstreet brand - their slogan is: "Cheaper than Zara, trendier than Uniqlo". The brand wants to captivate its customers in eight seconds, thus the name.


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