QR Code Needed to Eat At IKEA’s Food Court in Busan

For those looking to grab some of IKEA’s tasty treats, a QR code is now needed to be able to access the food court.

QR Codes can be accessed through Naver or Kakao and staff is on-hand to help run through the process.

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Eat Like a Local: What’s on Offer at IKEA’s Food Court

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