Lotte Department Store

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Lotte Department Store
Founded November 15, 1979 (1979-11-15)
Founder(s) Shin Kyuk-Ho
Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
Number of locations 34
Area served South Korea, Russia,[1] People's Republic of China
Employees 10000
Subsidiaries LotteCard, Lotte.com, LotteMidopa, LotteBoulangerie, LotteHomeShopping
Website http://www.ellotte.com

Lotte Department Store (hangul:롯데백화점, kana:ロッテ百貨店) is a Korean retail company established in 1979, and headquartered in Sogong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea. Lotte Department Store offers retail consumer goods and services and is one out of 8 business units of Lotte Shopping. Other Lotte companies include discount store Lotte Mart and supermarket Lotte Super.

Stores[edit]

The Lotte Department store at Star City opened in October 2008

Seoul National Capital Area

Hoseo Region (Chungcheong-do Region)

Honam Region (Jeolla-do Region)

Yeongnam Region (Gyeongsang-do Region)

Outlets[edit]

Premium Outlets[edit]

Fitin[edit]

International branches[edit]

Planned stores in Korea[edit]

Planned outlets[edit]

  • Lotte Outlets Goyang Bus Terminal Store (롯데아울렛 고양터미널점) in Ilsandong-gu, Goyang, Gyeonggi-do (scheduled to open in June 2014)
  • Lotte Outlets Jeju Store (롯데아울렛 제주점) in Jeju, Jeju-do

Planned stores abroad[edit]

  • Shenyang Store (심양점) in Shenyang, Liaoning, People's Republic of China (scheduled for May, 2014)
  • Hanoi Store (하노이점) in Hanoi, Vietnam (scheduled for September, 2014)
  • Ho Chi Minh City Store (호치민점), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (scheduled for 2015)

Defunct stores[edit]

  • Beijing Store (북경점) "Intime-Lotte Department Store" (simplified Chinese: 乐天银泰百货; traditional Chinese: 樂天銀泰百貨) in Dongcheng District, Beijing, People's Republic of China (on Wangfujing Street) (opened in August 2008; closed in June 2012)
  • Saenara Super Department Store (새나라 수퍼백화점) (a GMS, or general merchandising store, opened in 1988 in Songpa-gu, Seoul (right beside Jamsil Store). This branch changed its name into World Store in 1992 and was finally converted into Lotte Mart Jamsil Store in 1998.[6]
  • Magnet Department Store (마그넷백화점). This department store is a GMS, and have a wide range of branches inside South Korea. In 2002, the last Magnet Department Store changed into Lotte Mart.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". lotteshopping.com. Retrieved 4 August 2009. 
  2. ^ Kim, Jung-yoon (31 August 2012). "New dawn rising for Lotte in China". Joongang Daily. Retrieved 8 October 2012. 
  3. ^ http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/07/13/lotte-plans-open-five-department-stores.html
  4. ^ http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/yonhap-news-agency/130620/lotte-shopping-open-shopping-mall-indonesia
  5. ^ 서울경제신문 hankooki.com, 백화점업계, '영 패션점'에 눈 돌린다
  6. ^ 한눈에 보는 30년사, 롯데백화점 30주년 기념관, 1979-2009

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