Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Tesco Subway Grocery Shopping

Alan and I carpool to work, but if we took the subway, shopping at this virtual grocery store would be the raddest way to wait for the next train. That's what these lucky commuters in South Korea can do. Tesco plastered pictures of their stores' products on glass walls in the subway, with all the "shelves" organized just like how they'd be in a physical store. To order items, shoppers just scan QR codes with their phones, and the items are delivered to their home that same day. Isn't that clever? Remembering to buy milk or toilet paper on those days you run out would be so much easier.

5 comments:

Stacy said...

Holy smokes impulse purchases! I don't know if I could resist the snacks I normally do in a situation like this.

Han said...

How genius!

Andrea said...

Wow, that is great! Wouldn't I love to be able to get groceries without going to the grocery store!

Nathalie said...

That is clever!

Sobrina Tung said...

Stacy, so true. haha. I'd probably have a bag full of chips waiting for me when I got home.

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