Kukka is a Flower Delivery Website Which Offers a Selection of Flower Bouquets and Arrangements on a Subscription Basis or as Individual Arrangements.
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA / ACCESSWIRE / June 10, 2019 / Kukka is pleased to announce the launch of their website which features many flower selections individually or as or bouquet arrangements. The website also includes a selection of easy-to-care tips for plants to brighten the day. The unique containers are an added attraction as a gift or display arrangement. A Fiori vase, florist dress vase, black pottery and Oriental vase are all of the suggestions which are popular with customers. The Kukka experience is further enhanced at the off-line location. The first shop is located in Itaewon and is a space designed with the idea of how flowers come closer to people and how to order flowers with fun.
For more information please visit here https://kukka.kr/subscription
On the ground floor of the Flower Bar, customers can write the name of their favorite flower on the order form. A florist will make the rose or other selection on the spot. It is similar to ordering a drink at a cocktail bar. Flower arrangement classes are available at Itaewon store as well as Gwanghwamun Branch and a Jamsil Branch.
A representative of the brand explained, 'Kukka is a word for flower in Finnish. It is our goal to spread the culture of Finland, which enjoys flowers in everyday life, in Korea. We believe we can have a wonderful 'flower brand' in Korea. I am a passionate and creative person who opens up the possibilities of everything which can be tried with flowers. We always take on new challenges. We consider our work as a way of traveling life's path and finding the answers.
The arrangements come in many species of plant and in many colors. Some of the flowering plants that are available from the online boutique include pink and white peonies, Hera and Sunshine roses, hyacinth, Allium, and Alstromeria. Lemon yellow tulips are another popular choice for those ordering a flower subscription service, or an individual event arrangement.
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