Hauliday at N Cat Philippines
Naughty Cat (못된고양이), the no. 1 accessory brand in Korea, is now in the Philippines! Last May 5, 2018, I and my little sister attended the grand opening of N. Cat Philippines at Venice Grand Canal Mall.
Being a Kdrama fan, I really enjoy using the accessories I bought from Korea. I lived there for two years, and I must say that I really miss shopping in Seoul! The good thing is that these accessories are now available in the Philippines! In fact, they currently have eight branches in the Philippines: Festival Mall Alabang, Market! Market! BGC, Ayala Malls Serin Tagaytay, Robinsons Metro East, The District Imus, Waltermart Imus, Ayala Malls The 30th, and the Venice Grand Canal Mall. They are going to open another branch at Ayala Malls Feliz Pasig.
Although the brand Naughty Cat was established in 2008, the owners began developing the concept of this accessory retail store in Korea in 1991. They now have 150 stores nationwide. In addition, they also have branches in other countries like USA, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, and Philippines.
What to buy at N Cat Philippines?
1. Earrings, Necklaces, and Rings
They offer unique accessories. Some of them are inspired the what the Korean idols wear in the Kdramas.
They also have caps with the names of Kpop groups. They are not official merchandise but they really look good!
As a fan of BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle), I really enjoy having tumblers. Besides being eco-friendly, their tumblers are also trendy.
Remember the plushy from Goblin? They have it here! No need to buy from online shops and spend a lot of money for shipping.
5. Eye wear
They offer a variety of eye wear from eyeglasses to sunglasses.
They also offer bags, pillows, purses, perfumes, socks, phone cases and hair accessories.
Watch this video to see all the items we bought from N Cat Philippines:
Thank you N Cat Philippines! I really enjoyed shopping. When I was inside your shop, I felt that I was in Myeongdong! I and my sister filled our shopping basket with a lot of awesome stuff. It was a great experience indeed.