Apple opens first Apple Store in South Korea

Apple this week has opened it’s first Apple Store in Seoul, South Korea. Bringing Apple’s products, in-store programming and services together for South Korean customers to experience for the first time all in one place. South of the Han River, in the heart of the Gangnam area, the store’s 25-foot glass facade invites visitors in from the tree-lined street, where interior trees mirror those outside, blurring the lines between the street and store.

The Senior Vice President of Retail, Angela Ahrendts was at the store this morning to greet Apple customers into the store.


“We’re thrilled to open a new home for our customers in the vibrant city of Seoul and we look forward to continuing to grow in Korea,” said Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail. “Our stores are gathering places for the community where everyone is welcome to connect, learn and create.” – Apple


Pictures of Apple Garosugil


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