Asian-owned handicraft clothing company SABAC plans to open a second location in Seoul this summer, the company announced on Monday.
The company said that it will focus on Asian-inspired designs and have plans to bring its brands to stores around the country.
SABACT, which stands for Southern Asian Arts and Crafts, opened in the United States in 2000.
The business will focus mainly on clothing for Asian-Americans.
The new location will have an Asian theme.
SACAAP plans to create a variety of apparel and accessories, including dresses, shirts, and sweaters, for Asian consumers, SAB ACT said in a statement.
“This will be the first Asian-focused fashion business in the country, and we look forward to expanding our presence to help our Asian clients and families feel comfortable shopping and shopping at SACAAC,” the statement said.
SACAP is one of three Asian-based apparel companies that opened in South Korean cities this year.
The other two companies, K-Beauty and Nail, are based in the U.S.
Santé, a popular Japanese nail salon and spa, and K-POP, which specializes in dance.
A SACAACT spokeswoman said the new location is part of the company’s “strategic vision to become an inclusive leader in the fashion and beauty industries.”
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