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For the second year in a row, South Korea is the second most attractive wine market globally, according to the Wine Intelligence Wine Market Attractiveness Compass Model 2021. While a number of consumer, demographic, economic and political…
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Legalised ecommerce, plus growing home-premise consumption, ignites interest in the wine category In an era of disruption that characterised the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the most significant development of the past year in the South Korean…
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South Koreans are opening up to the world of wine
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