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The effects of Chinese tourists' friendliness toward Korean culture and perceptions of beauty products on beauty tour purchasing behaviors (중국 관광객의 한국 뷰티상품에 대한 인식이 뷰티관광 구매행동에 미치는 영향과 한국 문화 친밀성의 매개효과)

  • Jeong, Ha-Eun;Kim, Mi Young
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.24 no.6
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    • pp.854-872
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect that Chinese tourists' perceptions of beauty products and their friendliness toward Korean culture have on beauty tourism, particularly on Chinese tourists' intent to purchase, re-purchase, and recommend beauty products. Between the 10th and 21st of June, 2016, a total of 277 questionnaires were distributed in Seoul, Busan, and Daegu using SPSS 21.0. Cronbach's ${\alpha}$ was undertaken to test the reliability of the questions and an analysis of the frequency, factors, t-test, and Sobel test used in the study. Korean beauty was derived from two factors: "product favorability" and "product excellence and credibility." Product favorability had a significant effect on the intent to purchase, as did participants' friendliness toward Korean culture. Re-purchases and the intent to recommend beauty products were also significantly affected. In the relationship between the perception of beauty products and the intent to purchase, the study revealed partial mediation effects of the participants' friendliness toward Korean culture on product favorability and complete mediation effects on product excellence and credibility. Friendliness toward Korean culture had partially mediated the effect that product favorability had on the intent to re-purchase and recommend. Tourists' friendliness toward Korean culture had complete mediation on the effect that product excellence and credibility had on the intent to re-purchase and recommend. According to the Gender Equality and Family Act, the difference between buying and selling beauty depends on the difference between purchase and intentions. Friendliness toward Korean culture has become an important variable thanks to product superiority and reliability.

A Study on Store Switching Behavior of College Students in On/Offline Apparel Store

  • Chung, Youngju
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.1-13
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    • 2014
  • This study investigated the store switching behavior of fashion stores targeting college students. A random sample of college students completed a questionnaire that contained measurements of store property, relationship quality, switching intent of store, preference of on/offline store, purchase of brand/non-brand product and monthly clothing expenses. The factors extracted as switching behavior of on/offline fashion store are store property, relationship quality and switching intent of store. Dimensions of store switching behavior in online shopping mall is revealed to be composed of diversity/ easy to search, store reliability, home page layout, sales promotion, reliability, commitment and switching intent of store. Also those of offline store is revealed to be composed of store comfort/salespeople service, product diversity, store location, product price, reliability, commitment and switching intent of store. The significant differences were found between store switching behavior of college students by preference of on/offline store and purchase of national brand/non brand. It is expected that this results can be used as a basic material for further study and setting up the fashion retailing strategies in fashion store for selling non brand products.

Antecedents of Intent to Purchase a Brand Extension -A University-Licensed Merchandise Case-

  • Lee, Jaeha;Park, Kwangsoo
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.22 no.3
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    • pp.1-15
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to address marketing strategies for the brand extension of university-licensed merchandise by investigating influences on intent to purchase a new university-licensed merchandise line, tartan. A survey questionnaire was developed and administered online to the major target market for university-licensed merchandise. Four hundred and fifty students and alumni from a US Midwestern university completed the survey. Respondents were asked to answer questions on university identification, perceived university prestige, perceived value of the university-licensed merchandise, intent to purchase a brand extension in university-licensed merchandise, and demographics. It was hypothesized that university identification (H1) and perceived university prestige (H2) are positively related to the perceived value of the university-licensed merchandise and that perceived value of the university-licensed merchandise is positively related to intent to purchase a brand extension in university-licensed merchandise (H3). The difference between students and alumni was also tested. Consumers with high university identification and high perceived university prestige highly valued the university-licensed merchandise. Consumers who perceived a high value of the current university-licensed merchandise displayed a strong intent to purchase a brand extension in university-licensed merchandise. There was no structural difference between the two groups. The study builds on existing research on the influences of attitudes toward the university and university-licensed merchandise on purchasing university-licensed merchandise, specifically investigating intent to purchase a brand extension in university-licensed merchandise. This study also extends previous brand-extension research into university-licensed merchandise.

The Effect of Manufacturing Method Preferences for Different Product Types on Purchase Intent and Product Quality Perception (제품유형에 따른 제조방식 선호가 구매의도와 품질지각에 미치는 효과)

  • Lee, Guk-Hee;Park, Seong-Yeon
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.21-32
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    • 2016
  • Studies have observed various phenomena regarding the effect of the interaction between type, price, and brand image of a product on consumers' purchase intent and product quality perception. Yet, few have studied the effect of the interaction between product type and manufacturing method on these factors. However, the advent of three-dimensional (3D) printers added a new manufacturing method, 3D printing, to the traditional methods of handicraft and automated machine-based production, and research is necessary since this new framework might affect consumers' purchase intent and product quality perception. Therefore, this study aimed to verify the effects of the interaction between product type and manufacturing method on purchase intent and product quality perception. To achieve this, in our experiment 1, we selected product types with different characteristics (drone vs. violin vs. cup), and measured whether consumers preferred different manufacturing methods for each product type. The results showed that consumers preferred the 3D printing method for technologically advanced products such as drones, the handmade method for violins, and the automated machine-based manufacturing method, which allows mass production, for cups. Experiment 2 attempted to verify the effects of the differences in manufacturing method preferences for each product type on consumers' purchase intent and product quality perception. Our findings are as follows: for drones, the purchase intent was highest when 3D printing was used; for violins, the purchase intent was highest when the violins were handmade; for cups, the purchase intent was highest when machine-based manufacturing was used. Moreover, whereas the product quality perception for drones did not differ across different manufacturing methods, consumers perceived that handmade violins had the highest quality and that cups manufactured with 3D printing had the lowest quality (the purchase intent for cups was also lowest when 3D printing was used). This study is anticipated to provide a wide range of implications in various areas, including consumer psychology, marketing, and advertising.

How Chinese Population's Preference to Korean Wave Contents does Influence their Intent to Purchase Korean Product, Visit Korea and Learn Hangul (중국에서의 한류콘텐츠 선호가 한국상품 구매, 한국방문 및 한글학습의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Ju-Yeon;Ahn, Kyung-Mo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.5
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    • pp.447-458
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    • 2012
  • Korean wave which started from Korean drama is continuing its popularity with K-pop in China. This positive effect has lead to increases in Korean product export to China, increase in number of Chinese visitors to Korea and increase in number of Chinese population learning Hangul. In this research, empirical study was conducted to analyze the influence of Korean wave contents (drama, movie, K-pop, games) on Chinese population (their intention to purchase Korean product, visit Korea and learn Hangul.) As the result, it is understood that the most influential Korean wave content on Chinese population's intention to purchase Korean cosmetic and clothing products is drama; it is analyzed that K-pop has noticeable influence as well. Korean drama has the greatest influence on Chinese population's intention to visit Korea, purchase cosmetic or plastic surgery tour package and purchase Korean food. K-pop is analyzed as the second most influential factor among Korean wave contents in this category. Korean wave contents which have the most influence on intention to learn Hangul are Korean drama and K-pop, and it is analyzed that K-pop has greater influence than Hangul in this field.

Research of Purchase Behavior of Consumer Who Prefer the Fashion Brands for Wedding (혼례시 소비자의 라이프스타일에 따른 패션명품 구매행동에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Ok-Lyun;Ryu, Mi-Ae
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.12 no.5
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    • pp.14-23
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    • 2008
  • Recently, our society has been expanding with its consumption of brand products as it is referred to as brand product syndrome. In particular, the trend is that young consumers in 20$\sim$30s prefer the fashion brand product for their wedding. In our study, the lifestyle and shopping tendency of consumers who prefer the fashion brands are found out, and the influence impacted on the intent of repurchase of fashion brand product are clarified through the path analysis with the following outcome. First, for the group factors in life style of the consumers who prefer fashion brand products for wedding, it is shown with the self-advancement type, home striving type, economy striving type, high class brand striving type, and social activity type. Second, as for the factor of shopping tendency of the consumers who prefer fashion brand products for wedding, it appears for the factors of pursuing for enjoyment, pursuing for show off, pursuing for individuality, and pursuing for convenience. And third, when the life style group for high class brand type of consumers goes for shopping for fashion brand for wedding, it displays the shopping tendency for pursuing for enjoyment, pursuing for show off, and pursuing for individuality, and these factors influence the most in the intent to re-purchase of fashion brand goods.

An Analysis on the HMR Purchasing Behavior based on the Life Style of the Customers of Convenience Stores

  • Ahn, Sun-Choung
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.23 no.6
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    • pp.36-46
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    • 2017
  • In this study, the influence of the life style on the HMR purchasing behaviors and repurchasing intents and the purchasing behavior on the repurchasing intent were examined in order to provide the basic data for developing competitive HMR product and invigoration of marketing. As results, of the life style factors, the health affected the quality, the taste the convenience and safety, and the economy the convenience, and the convenience the quality, and the safety the safety, significantly. Of the life style factors, health affected the repurchasing intentions negatively, while taste affected the repurchasing intent positively. Of the HMR selection properties, quality, convenience, and safety all affected the repurchasing intent positively. It can be conducted from the study that it is necessary to develop a strategy to enhance the quality and safety of the HMR and enhance the taste and economy of the HMR products for the taste and economy-oriented customers. When developing a new HMR product, the development and formulation of the strategy for quality, convenience, and safety and the overall strategy that covers from production, logistics, sales, and promotion, are supposed to be well established and discussed.

How to Promote E-Commerce Exports to China: An Empirical Analysis

  • KIM, MIN JUNG
    • KDI Journal of Economic Policy
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    • v.39 no.2
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    • pp.53-74
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    • 2017
  • This paper focuses on the recent extraordinary growth of Chinese cross-border online shopping and draws implications for firm strategies and government policies in Korea to utilize the phenomenon as an opportunity to expand into a broader market via e-commerce exports. I conduct a survey of Chinese cross-border online consumers to identify constraining and determining factors during the stages of their purchase decisions of Korean products. Given the fact that Chinese cross-border online shopping is at the incipient stage and consumers have expressed a strong intent to repurchase, future strategies should focus on attracting new consumers. Accordingly, Korean firms should build a powerful brand image, improve product quality and post-purchase services, and take full advantage of the popularity of the Korean Wave. Meanwhile, the government must step up policy efforts by, for instance, improving e-commerce export statistics, simplifying logistics and clearance procedures, and building trust in Chinese consumers.

The Understanding of, and Attitude towards Bakery Food Labeling and Their Effects on Consumer Purchase Intention - The Moderating Role of Health Consciousness - (베이커리 영양표시정보의 이해도 및 태도가 구매의도에 미치는 영향 - 건강관심도의 조절 효과를 중심으로 -)

  • Joe, Meeyoung;Yang, Ilsun;Kim, Eojina
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.274-284
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    • 2017
  • This study examined the awareness, understanding, attitudes, and purchase intention regarding food labeling on bakery products in the context of health consciousness. The purpose of the study was to provide basic data for bakery product labeling, which has been insufficient to date, and to develop measures to expand the labeling system. The results of the study showed that higher subjective understanding and better attitude towards bakery food labeling can positively increase the purchase intention. We believe that the bakery industry needs to promote food labeling proactively, while also developing products addressing health concerns. This study is also valuable to academia because it provides insights into the relationship between the consumer's understanding of and attitudes towards nutritional information and purchase intention. In addition, it is beneficial to the bakery industry because it establishes marketing strategies that increase the purchase intent among both consumers with high health consciousness and those who infrequently purchase baked goods.

A Study of Consuming Status and Consumer Awareness for Natural Carbonated Drinks (천연 탄산음료 제품의 소비자 이용 실태 및 인식도에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Hee-Ryong;Hong, Wan-Soo
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.32 no.5
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    • pp.637-647
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: This research was to understand the consumer awareness and consumption of natural carbonated drinks in Korea. Methods: A survey was conducted enrolling adults over the age of 20, residing in Seoul and its metropolitan area, and who consumed natural carbonated drinks. Data analysis of 544 valid samples was performed using SPSS 17.0. Results: The study showed that consumers mostly purchased natural carbonated water the most, primarily as a water substitute. However, many other usages that the consumer selected showed a possibility for a more versatile usages of natural carbonated drinks. As for the reason of purchase, 'interest in a new product' showed the highest mean value. The factor 'interest in a new product', 'interest in its effectiveness on skin care and diet', 'lower-calorie products', 'health benefits from the usage of natural flavoring and coloring' and 'recommendation from acquaintances' showed statistically significant higher values for women than men. The most frequent and preferred location for purchase were large discount stores, and the most preferred, major informants were in the order 'tasting events at marts and department stores', 'TV/radio advertisement' and 'recommendations from family/friends'. Analysis of the purchase intent showed high interest for non-alcoholic natural carbonated drinks. Conclusion: The study results can be used as baseline data to establish marketing strategies in the emerging natural carbonated beverage market.