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Candy Shop Chords
- “Candy Shop” is the second single by rapper 50 Cent from his second commercial album The Massacre (2005). It features R&B singer Olivia, and was written by 50 Cent. The song, which is a mid-tempo dancefloor track.
- Hard Candy is the eleventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna, released on April 25, 2008, by Warner Bros. Records. It was her final studio album with the record company, marking the end of a 25 year recording history.
- (chord) a straight line connecting two points on a curve
- (chord) play chords on (a string instrument)
- A group of (typically three or more) notes sounded together, as a basis of harmony
- (chord) a combination of three or more notes that blend harmoniously when sounded together
Why Emotional Marketing Rules Korean Stores
Indeed, outlets stationed in Korea have outperformed counterparts in other countries, with more than 20 global brands’ Korean outlets taking top 5 spots in terms of revenue, according to Chosun Biz, a leading business magazine in Korea. Understandably, Korean brands are increasingly tapping into this seductive appeal of purchasing power of Korean women. Now, Hyundai motors tries to play the emotional tune in consumers by launching a kind of ‘scent marketing’ on its showrooms across the nation.
Hyundai announced it was joining hands with Fimenich, a Swiss-based fragrance creator, to develop "Charming Blue” — an exclusive perfume for Hyundai Motors’ dealership showrooms — and install it on all the showrooms as part of highlighting Hyundai’s brand slogan of ‘Modern Premium.’ "Charming Blue’s distinct fragrance is designed to deliver Hyundai brand’s core messages of premium, eco-friendly and elegance at the same time.
As "experience marketing" is increasingly popular among brands, the automotive industry is keen on transforming their dealership showrooms into a "showcase to flatter consumers’ senses" — a cozy and intimate space, not a formal business area — to strike a special chord among consumers. And Hyundai is to push for its ‘experience marketing’ by offering colorful events to that end: specially designed music and candy, even premium stationery for every consumer visiting its showrooms.
Meanwhile, Hyundai recently launched a joint marketing campaign together with Coffee Bean, coffee franchise, in a form of ‘shop in shop’ where a consumer can enjoy a cup of coffee while browsing new car models at the showroom — another testament to rising popularity of emotional marketing in Korean market.
by Sam Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org)