KT&G expands sales of Lil AIBLE e-cigarettes.

Dec.13.2022
KT&G expands sales of Lil AIBLE e-cigarettes.
KT&G expands Lil AIBLE e-cigarette sales to 20,000 stores in South Korea, including major cities like Busan and Seoul.

On the 12th, KT&G announced that it will expand the sales network for its newly launched e-cigarette, "lil AIBLE," to 20,000 locations.


Starting from the 13th, a total of 11,095 convenience stores will be added to major cities including Busan, Incheon, Daegu, and Gwangju in the four metropolitan areas as well as major cities such as Sejong, Suwon, and Seongnam.


On the 16th of last month, "Lil Able" started selling in 8,500 convenience stores in Seoul, including flagship store "lil MINIMALIUM" and online retailer "Lil Store", and then expanded its sales to 233 major convenience stores nationwide on the 30th.


Taking convenience stores as an example, out of the four Lil Able products available, two are sold in blue and white. All Lil Able devices, including premium products, can be purchased at both Lil Minimalium and Lil Store.


On the official website of Lil (https://its-lil.com), customers who have completed adult authentication and membership registration can purchase products at discounted prices using coupons priced at 167,000 Korean won (approximately 895 yuan) and 99,000 Korean won (approximately 531 yuan) respectively.


A spokesperson for KT&G stated, "Lil Able can utilize three types of proprietary pods on one device, which is quite convenient for consumers.


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