The old Gaju Market on the northeast corner of 5th & Western is back!
Korean Supermarket in the basement of the Madang Mall on the northwest corner of Western Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard.
Asian grocery and food items such as snacks, tofu, noodles, kimchi, candy, bottled water, and ice cream.
Sale item (3/8/2019): 12-piece Ferrero Rocher $1.99
An old, fairly large Korean supermarket on Western Avenue, just south of Beverly Boulevard.
Hannam is an old Korean supermarket known for discounted produce, meats, and liquor like soju. It’s a good place to buy snacks made in Korea. They also carry a few Japanese items. There is an eatery inside called Yanusa. The sign outside that says “Market World” in English. Open seven days a week, from 7:00 am to 12:00 midnight. Pro tip: Try not to shop here on Sunday, when the free-parking lot is madness and the cramped aisles inside are jammed full of shopping carts.
Zion Market is a relatively new but cramped Korean supermarket on the ground floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street. It is open seven days a week from 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight. This is a convenient place to buy fresh fruit, Korean snacks, live seafood, fresh produce, beer, and prepared food to go, such as kimbap. Zion Market has other branches in Buena Park, San Diego, Irvine and Cerritos.
100% Halal Food to Eat-In or Take-Out.
Has freshly prepared hot dishes, as well as grocery items and fresh produce like okra.
The Galleria Market on Olympic & Western is a clean and extensive supermarket with an emphasis on Korean products, including freshly prepared banchan (side dishes) and Korean ingredients packed and ready to combine for meals. Produce section with fruits and vegetables. Fish & Seafood.
Carries Japanese, American, European and Latin American products. Also has a deli section featuring banchan (side dishes) to go. Produce department includes organic fruits and vegetables. Fish, meats, shellfish, eggs and jars of kimchi are stocked. Located inside Koreatown Plaza by the parking garage downstairs.