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corona situation continues, the'delivery demand' is increasing significantly. As such, sales of delivery, internet shopping, and home shopping that do not require a store and can be consumed non-face-to-face reached a record high in the first half of this year.

First, reporter Jeong Da-eun reported.


Park Ju-young, who ran a pasta shop, changed the business to a chicken franchise earlier this month.

[Park Ju-young/Chicken House Operation: I ran a restaurant with a hall, but it closed after the corona broke out. What stores can only be packaged or delivered? .] It

is a form that specializes in delivery and packaging without receiving customers inside the store.

[Park Joo-young/Chicken House Operation: Sales increased by 1.5 times compared to when it opened.] While the number of

customers eating out is declining, the menus that can be delivered are booming alone.

With the increase in single-person households and delivery to non-face-to-face consumption after the coronavirus, general restaurants are also stepping up.

It is a food alley in Mapo-gu where restaurants are concentrated.

There are notices stating that packaging or delivery will begin throughout the restaurant.

[Food staff: The business is not so good, so we have to pack it because it works well for packaging... .] The

number of delivery app orders in the first half of this year surged 176% compared to the same period last year.

Naturally, retail sales that do not require stores, such as Internet shopping, home shopping, and delivery, reached a record high of 46.2 trillion won.

It has increased by nearly 20% over the same period last year.

Department stores and hypermarket offline stores were idle in the atmosphere of refraining from going out today (31st), which began to reinforce distance.

On the other hand, online shopping malls and early morning delivery orders increased sales, and online shopping malls with limited daily delivery orders followed by early order deadlines.

(Video coverage: 1st job, video editing: Park Ki-duk)  

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