Lotte Department Store

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Lotte Department Store
FoundedNovember 15, 1979 (1979-11-15)
FounderShin Kyuk-Ho
Number of locations
Area served
South Korea, Russia,[1] China, Indonesia, Vietnam
Number of employees
ParentLotte Shopping
SubsidiariesLotteCard,, LotteMidopa, LotteBoulangerie, LotteHomeShopping

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


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)


  • Lotte Mall Gimpo Airport (롯데몰 김포공항) in Gangseo-gu, Seoul (Surrounding Lotte Gimpo Airport Store)
  • Lotte World Mall (롯데월드몰) in Songpa-gu, Seoul (Right across Lotte Jamsil Store and Avenuel World Tower Store)


Premium Outlets[edit]


International branches[edit]

The highest location of a Lotte Department store at Lotte Center Hanoi in Hanoi, Vietnam opened in 2014

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]

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.[5]
  • 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.


  1. ^ "About Us". Retrieved 4 August 2009.
  2. ^ Post, The Jakarta. "Lotte plans to open five department stores".
  3. ^ "LOTTE DEPARTMENT STORE". Retrieved 2018-05-19.
  4. ^ Kim, Jung-yoon (31 August 2012). "New dawn rising for Lotte in China". Joongang Daily. Archived from the original on 18 June 2013. Retrieved 8 October 2012.
  5. ^ 한눈에 보는 30년사, 롯데백화점 30주년 기념관, 1979-2009

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