Bless Moon presents its first offline pop-up at Lotte World Mall in Jamsil – Segye Ilbo VRESP


Global beauty brand Blessed Moon launched Korea’s first pop-up store at Lotte World Mall in Jamsil on the 11th.

Bless Moon is a beauty brand that has expanded into 24 overseas countries (Japan, Germany, France, etc.) and is quickly gaining global fame.

This pop-up is a place to present the brand’s concept and various product lines to domestic fans, creating a space where they can experience and feel it for themselves.

The pop-up store features a 3D model of Bless Moon’s main item, ‘Gully Serum Cushion’, in the main photo zone, as well as landscaping by ‘Florist Sohee Park’, who was in charge of landscaping in the drama ‘Queen of Tears’, and illustrations by ‘Illustrator Pegacon’. It is on display, adding to the beauty of the space. Additionally, within the store, you can see and test all of Bless Moon’s popular products and products, including the Vita Kit series and I’m Mute Lipstick.

Bless Moon’s pop-up store can be found on the first floor of Jamsil Lotte World Mall until August 31, and in June, new products will be launched and a launch event will be held at Jamsil Lotte World Mall for the first time.

Reporter Kim Jeong-hwan [email protected]

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