Jeju Island’s second duty-free store opened in the International Convention Center Jeju (ICC Jeju) located in Jungmun Tourist Complex in the southern Jeju Island on March 3.
The duty-free shop, which occupies 2,059 sq. m of the first floor of ICC Jeju, includes booths for 214 brands in 12 categories, including cosmetics, perfumes, watches, liquors, bags, wallets, fashion accessories, sunglasses, stationeries, and toys, and is expected to expand its product lineup to 230 categories in the next several months.
Tourists who buy goods in this shop can receive their purchased items at the pick up point at Jeju Airport/Port upon departure. Purchasers are required to present their boarding pass and the bill of exchange.
Domestic tourists may shop up to six times per year and buy up to a total of 400,000 won (approximately $300 USD) worth of goods per shopping trip, including purchases in the duty-free shop operated by Jeju Free International City Development Center (JDC) at Jeju Airport/Port.
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