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2014 Spring/Summer Super Sale now on at 8Seconds Up to 40% discount on main items like shorts and one-piece dresses from June 19 to July 31
Happening at all 27 stores across the nation as well as online  

8Seconds is treating its customers big time to return the love it has received.
8Seconds, a specialty private label retailer of Samsung Everland’s fashion division, announced on the 19th that its 2014 Spring/Summer Super Sale has started and will continue until July 31st.

To return the steadfast love it has received from its customers, 8Seconds has traditionally offered a season-off event every June and December. This year again, the brand offers a super sale to meet its customers’ expectations.

During the sale, flagship items of the 2014 Spring/Summer season such as T-shirts, shorts, swimsuits and one-piece dresses and accessories like shoes and socks are being sold at up to 40% off their original price. The event unfolds in three stages: from June 19th to July 2nd, T-shirts, shorts, swimsuits and shoes will be sold at 30% discount; then from July 3rd to the 16th the second phase kicks in adding shirts, one-piece dresses, socks and underwear products to be sold at a 35% discount; and then from July 17th to the 31st, outer and knit products will be added and sold at 40% off their original price.

8Seconds is offering this deal at all 27 of its stores across the nation including newly-opened ones at the COEX Mall and Everland. The sale naturally extends to the 8Seconds online outlet (www.8seconds.co.kr) so customers can buy 8Seconds products anytime, anywhere.

Director Kim Jung-mi who heads the 8Seconds business said, “On the back of the encouragement from many customers who love 8Seconds, our super sale this year is more diverse than ever. We will differentiate our brand more clearly with our strengths by offering sizes that fit the body shapes of Koreans and high turnover products reflecting the latest trends.”

Meanwhile, 8Seconds has proudly topped the global specialty private label retailer Zara in the domestic market last month based on sales data disclosed by 11street, a popular Korean online retailer. Despite its inferiority in number of stores, 8Seconds is becoming the most popular specialty private label among online shoppers outperforming global brands.