Korean Wallets Tighten: Less Food at Home, Packed Airports, and Shake Shack’s Surprising Silence

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The Korean economy faces a slowdown, marked by households cutting food expenses for the first time since the Asian Financial Crisis. Surprisingly, a bustling airport on a Wednesday night tells a different story, while local joints like Shake Shack experience an unexpected downturn, raising questions about spending priorities amidst economic uncertainties.


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