A friend of mine sent me this link and I was like: "A virtual grocery store? Brilliant!"
But the thing is, if anyone can do it, Korea can. They are so technologically advanced and service orientated, it's totally expected.
Basically, it's a shopping experience catered for those too busy to shop. Tesco (similar to the American version of Walmart) has created a virtual supermarket in a subway station. While waiting for your train to arrive, why not get your grocery shopping done in the meantime?
I know, it's a busy mom's dream come true.
First, browse through the products on the wall. Then scan the bar code of the item you want with your cell phone. And viola! A basket of your goods will be delivered directly to your apartment!
See? It's cool. Very cool.