Midtown Crossing Southwest of Koreatown proper in the neighborhood known as Mid-City.
Hodu Gwaja are small walnut-shaped pastries filled with a sweet paste of red beans and nuts. You can grab a bag for snacking or purchase a gift box from COCOHODO’s “Wilshire” branch, which is located inside Zion Market on the first floor of the City Center shopping mall on 6th Street.
Korean-run beauty supplies store inside Koreatown Plaza.
Usually has Japanese blotting paper, OPI Shatter nail polish, Skin79 BB Cream, Hanskin Super Magic BB Cream, KMS California and A.C. Care products.
Not to be confused with the defunct karaoke place located elsewhere. Bobos at the Madang mall is a shop selling bags and accessories. 중고명품가방/악세사리 Hours are roughly 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday to Saturday.
Upscale hanbok shop on the second floor of the Madang Plaza complex. Known for being totally rude and snooty even to Koreans… If you want an expensive, elegant hanbok, you better show up looking like you can afford it or don’t even think about browsing.
Red Carpet boutique on 6th Street, next to Pinkberry. 3300 West Sixth Street, #5 New stuff comes in every Monday.
Oxford Market is in the old space of ASSI Market on 8th Street. It’s like a dollar store barely making a footprint in what is a very large space. Mostly empty shelves with a few “bargain” items like snacks, bottled drinks, and a few kitchen supplies. Usually open seven days a week, from 9:00 am. Organature / Oxford 1 Market
Cailyn Lounge opened a branch on the northeast corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue in 2016. It’s on the ground floor of the Solair Building. Suite 11, Western Avenue side south of 6th Street, north of Wilshire Boulevard, near Coco Nail. It’s a brand of cosmetics / makeup. CAILYN Lounge: 3785 Wilshire Blvd #10-11 Los Angeles CA 90010
City Center on 6th is a three-story mall with 165,000 square feet of space. It has around 60 tenants including retail stores, a Korean spa, gym, a small food court, a hair salon, and full-service restaurants.