Sells most of Korean & Asian ingredients. Including imported products such as Shikye drink, snacks & ice cream. Also sells wet ingredients like radishes, mandu, Korean pear, leeks, sundubu & many other daily ingredients.

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8 Comments:

  1. Colette98 Malaysia joined 1/19 & has 1 comment

    Does it sell onggis ? And usually how much does it cost?

  2. Blinky Malaysia joined 5/18 & has 1 comment

    I have been coming here to buy fresh produce – vegetables & Korean home-made tofu on a regular basis. They don’t provide receipt sometimes and I don’t really check until recently I took a good look at the receipt. I found out that all the vegetables I bought was charged 1 cent extra

    On top of that I was also charged RM3 for 316g of soy beansprouts that cost RM8/kg.
    Receipt shown RM3.01.

    I called the shop for the boss and the staff told me that boss is not in Malaysia. When I asked why the 1cent extra, the staff said – it’s system and hung up the phone.

  3. mariazara joined 11/15 & has 1 comment

    hi..i stay at ampang area. where can i go to buy Ingredients to make Tteokbokki. I’m muslim so I want halal product like rice cake, hot pepper paste & flakes. so ingredients to make kimchi. tq

  4. rynreen Perak joined 8/13 & has 1 comment

    does this mart sell korean utensil?

  5. zahrah Kuala Lumpur joined 3/11 & has 1 comment

    is it halal for muslim to eat all the food at ur store?

    • eera94 kuala lumpur joined 12/11 & has 7 comments

      today is my first time i go to korean grocery.. I think not all the ingredient are halal..actually i’m dying to find roasted soy bean powder..and at that grocery,i finally find it..and unfortunately there is no ‘halal’ sticker on it.. (sorry for my bad grammar)

    • hanihakim Malaysia joined 6/14 & has 1 comment

      It’s impossible to find halal stickers on the products. Just make sure the ingredients are free from non-halal substances. Btw according to MIHAS 2014, Nongshim, Lotte and few other brands produce halal products, can easily be found in major supermarkets in Malaysia.
      I already bought gochujang, rice cakes, rice cakes instant sauce, ramyun, Lotte drinks etc. I ate and drank all that without doubts :)

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