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.
Clothing boutique, as of June 2016. LAPIZ PLUS LA, INC. Filing Date: September 28, 2015 File Number: C3829679 Lapiz Plus Eyewear / Lapiz + (라피스 플러스) is a South Korean eyewear franchise. Usually open Monday to Sunday, from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. KAKAO – lapizplusla MILK T SHOP, INC. CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC CORPORATION Address: 3878 W 6th St Address Types: Principal and Registered Agent Registered Agent: Sujung Choi Filing Date: June 23, 2010 File Number: C3305187
Roland Products – Home Decor North American distributor for several European and Asian housewares brands including Fissler, Icleen, and Laurastar.
Select Supply Store 3438 West 8th Street Artists & Hand-Crafted Goods Men’s & Women’s Vintage Thrift + Goods Grand opening July 9th, Saturday 3:00 – 7:00 pm, Flash Tattoos by Vanessa 6:00 – 9:00 pm Launch Party Featuring Art Work by Aaron Kai info @ kaemi . co
New World Camping is a Korean-run store where you can buy worms for fishing trips… Assortment of tackle and repair of rods and reels. Located in North Koreatown — that is, north of 3rd Street. But it’s still south of Beverly Boulevard.
Sixth Sense / 6ixth Sense Opened in 2016 in the space formerly occupied by Art of Bella and the short-lived offshoot of the kickboxing gym. Northeast corner of 6th Street and Oxford Avenue.
Sports equipment. Fishing gear. Hiking boots.
Fancy House is a Korean-run gift store inside Koreatown Plaza carrying stationery and knickknacks such as Hello Kitty chopsticks (for babies), Kpop keychains, stickers, and origami paper. It’s the shop by the food court. Has no EXO calendars but does have many other EXO items such as posters, socks, post-it pads, pens, file folders… Also has modern greeting cards with traditional Korean motifs.