If you have yet to visit South Korea, well you can now have a glimpse inside the first Malaysian Reserve Store that just screams fresh Korean street food, coffee and K-beauty products.
The artisanal convenience store in Bangsar South aims to redefine the stereotypical white-walled convenience store by offering a variety of Korean goodies from well-known brands such as I’m e and No Brand including K-beauty products that are imported via K-beauty products distributor, OnlyKorea.
emart24 is basically an all-round lifestyle concept store that caters to everybody’s needs.
With an assortment of ready-to-eat meals like sandwiches and gimbap, it’s the perfect go-to place to get your office break fix. Coffee lovers can also pair the meals with emart24’s special single-origin Brazilian coffee. Dessert options include yuzu mango or charcoal coconut soft serve in waffle or bungeoppang (Korean fish-shaped pastry) cones.
There are also croissants, cinnamon rolls, choux au craquelin, and other delectable delicacies among the buns, pastries, and desserts.
Founded in 2014, emart24 is one of South Korea’s fastest-growing convenience stores, having opened over 5,5000 outlets in the previous seven years.
The Shinsegae Group is the one behind Korea’s first convenience store chain to introduce unmanned convenience shops. Now with the whole pandemic, it just makes sense to practise contactles payments for both consumers and businesses.
Vuitton Pang, Malaysia’s chief executive officer, claimed that the firm was continually looking for ways to enhance the consumer experience, which led to the introduction of new concepts like as self-checkout kiosks and purchase monitoring.
Furthermore, emart24 Malaysia will be launching its very own General Store in Sri Hartamas.