Yes, this is called consolidated shipping.
You can purchase multiple items from more than one online retailer and send them in a single shipment.
We will wait until all your items arrive and then package them in a single box for delivery to Korea
For example, if you want to buy a $30 item from Amazon.com,
a $30 item from drugstore.com and another $30 item from Target and send all items to Korea,
instead of paying shipping fees for each item, you can save money by sending them in a single shipment.
This is a good way to save when purchasing many cheap and light products from different online retailers.
We recommend consolidated shipping if the total purchase (total cost of goods) is less than $150 (general clearance) or $200(list based items)
Consolidated shipping, however, is not a good method to use
if the total purchase (total cost of goods) exceeds the duty-free allowance set by Korea Customs Service.
This is because you will have to pay more for taxes than what you can save through consolidated shipping.
For example, if you want to send two $80 general clearance orders in a single shipment,
the total purchase will exceed the $150 duty-free allowance and the items will be subjected to taxation.
This means that sending two $80 orders in a single shipment will cost more than sending two $80 orders separately.
If you want to use consolidated shipping, please notify us in advance.
Switching to consolidated shipping after ordering a delivery could disrupt our order management system
and inventory control and we may not process your request.