Koreana says it sells Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Phillipino food. A few aisles are dedicated to packaged goods, while some produce, as well as frozen items are located toward the back of the store. They even have a taste testing area to sample some of their products. And they have a sort of deli, where a woman was preparing fresh packaged dishes for sale.
I came home with some snacks - mochi, a lychee drink, cookies, crackers, etc. Mochi has an odd texture to me. The lychee drink was okay. The Yan-Yan strawberry was tasty. I also love that the cookie/crackers have random English sayings on them. It's entertaining. I have yet to try the others. For only about $12, I got to try something new. A friend got a fish-shaped ice cream that he loved! Maybe I'll try that next time.