I think most of people might not refuse if they can get bonus while they are buying something ^ ^ * include me*
And that’s what I like in here ^__^ or korean used to say it with 서비스 (read : service).
I think it’s a good marketing method~
Last Sunday, just bought 2 things for face (oit oit..I grown up loooo…now already bought2 some stuff for face huahuahua). Anyway, back to the point…
Here’s the comparison :
Left : things that I bought, Right : things that I got (exclude the pringi ^^)
Sample of other products and 3 boxes of cotton (just a right time, since i’m almost out of it). At first a bit confuse what should I do with those samples, but got suggestion from friend that those stuff are good when traveling ^ ^ *what an idea*
And it’s not only for cosmetic stuff, but also for other things. For example 노래방 (read L NoRaeBang) or karaoke ^ ^. In one place around here, we said 1 hour to the owner with one additional powerful sentence 서비스 많이 주세요 (read : SeoBiSeu ManhI JuSeYo), means please give a lot of service (read : bonus) ^ ^.
Then what we got…
Right on the last 10 minutes, the time turned to be 40 minutes hohoho… and it happened twice. Means…. pay for 1 hour, get 1 hour for free ^_^
So, remember the powerful phrase ^ ^
서비스 많이 주세요 ^ ^