Inside AmorePacific Corp.'s Etude House Cosmetics Store As Chinese Consumers Lift Korea's Kospi

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Pedestrians holding umbrellas walk past Amorepacific Corp.'s... News PhotoAsia,Beauty,Beauty Product,Customer,East Asia,Economy,General View,Hong Kong,Horizontal,Pedestrian,Retail,Shopping,Skin Care,South Korea,Store,WalkingPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LPPedestrians holding umbrellas walk past Amorepacific Corp.'s Innisfree store in the Causeway Bay district of Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Sales in China may grow to 30 percent of Amorepacific's total by 2020 from 11 percent last year to make it the company's second-biggest market after Korea, Chief Strategy Officer Kim Seunghwan said in an e-mail interview. Chinese customers buy the company's mascara and whitening creams at duty-free shops in Korea, along with Amorepacific's Etude House and Laneige outlets in Hong Kong and China. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg via Getty Images