Get ready for the season of love as Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, introduces the Shopee Win-A-Date contest to give users the chance to create their own K-Drama ‘kilig’ moment this Valentine’s Day.
From now until Feb. 12, users who spend a minimum of P250 on Shopee can stand a chance to score an all-expenses paid makeover and an exclusive lunch date with hit Korean singer and internet celebrity JinHo Bae on Valentine’s Day.
To join the contest, users must enter the special code “SHOPEEWINADATE” with a minimum checkout of P250 on Shopee. One lucky winner will be chosen on Feb. 12 to receive an all-sponsored full makeover and a dream lunch date with JinHo Bae on Feb. 14.
Create the ultimate K-Drama date with Shopee this Valentine’s Day.
Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.
Shopee is the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan. It is a platform tailored for the region, providing customers with an easy, secure and fast online shopping experience through strong payment and logistical support. Shopee aims to continually enhance its platform and become the region’s e-commerce destination of choice.
Shopee has a wide selection of product categories ranging from consumer electronics to home & living, health & beauty, baby & toys, fashion and fitness equipment.
Shopee, a Sea company, was first launched in Singapore in 2015, and has since expanded its reach to Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Sea is a leader in digital entertainment, e-commerce and digital financial services across Greater Southeast Asia. Sea’s mission is to better the lives of consumers and small businesses with technology, and is listed on the NYSE under the symbol SE.
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