For all you busy people out there, grocery shopping is probably at the bottom of your to-do list (along with laundry). Well, for those living in South Korea, your life just got easier. Homeplus, a South Korean/British discount retail chain jointly owned by Samsung and Tesco, has put these awesome virtual supermarkets in subway stations around South Korea. Feel like grilling up some rib-eye steak for dinner? Just scan the QR code beneath your selection of meat using your smartphone, and your order will be sent directly to your house. Order in the morning and your items will be delivered to you by the afternoon. No worries if your train is delayed, that just gives you more time to shop! The only downside? No food samples.
Check out the video below of the innovative technology (the subway part starts at 0:48).