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Why are Supermarkets and Super Stores closed some Sundays?

In order to mitigate the impact of superstores on smaller individually owned/leased convenience stores and grocery stores, the Korean government requires that the SSMs close at least two Sundays a month - generally the 2nd and 4th Sunday. For more details and for a schedule of store closings, visit this information page.

 

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