Korean-owned store that sells products for babies and kids — strollers, toys, car seats, teeth wipes… It’s the local alternative to Babies R Us. I
The large Korean shopping mall right on the southeast corner of Western Avenue and Olympic Boulevard.
A shopping center on Vermont Avenue near 5th Street that includes the Galleria Supermarket, a small food court (Chinese and Korean dishes), Tom n Toms coffee shop, Cake House bakery, a pharmacy, cleaners/alterations services, jewelry stores, and gift shops. Opened in January 2011.
한국 알라딘 본사에서 LA에 중고서점 1호점을 오픈…
Located on the third floor of the Madang mall, this is the first L.A. branch of the ALADDIN chain known for buying and selling used Korean books, English books, CDs, and DVDs. In South Korea, the chain’s name is spelled with one “d” — Aladin.
Poorly rated branch of office-supply store chain. Store #1499
Authorized seller of American and Japanese beauty and fragrance brands such as Clinique, Estee Lauder, SK-II, Fresh, Shiseido, and Clarins.
DAISO is a popular chain of Japanese retail stores selling many items priced at $1.50 each. This branch in Koreatown is on the ground floor of the Madang Plaza. Items for sale: sun hats, cheap candy, snacks, bottled drinks…
!!! $3 black folding umbrellas that work fine!!!