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1. Sarang Mart


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Run by a friendly Korean ahjumma and her son, Sarang Mart is one of the newer Korean marts/grocery stores in Singapore offering an extensive and comprehensive range of Korean items. These range from air-flown grocery goods like premium fruits and vegetables, seafood, meats and more. Other popular items include Korean snacks, ice cream, instant noodles, sauces, banchan (side dishes) as well. Prices at the mart start from as low as just $0.90.

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Aside from edible goods, they even have beauty products and health supplements. If you’re looking for gift options, you can also get luxuriously packaged gift sets and gift boxes filled with authentic Korean goodies. They even have the viral red bean and cream-stuffed buns (from $3.90) flown in directly from popular Daegu bakery, St. Geundae Bakery!


Sarang Mart

Address: 182 Jln Jurong Kechil, #01-58 Sarang Mart @ Hillford, Singapore 596152

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 9am-12pm




2. Chorok Market

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Conveniently located in the heart of town at Orchardgateway, Chorok Market prides themselves on being Singapore’s “No. Premium Korean Supermarket”. You can look out for fresh produce and groceries like air-flown fruits and vegetables that vary seasonally. There’s also a meat corner/butchery where you can get various cuts of beef and pork.

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Other highlights in-store include a frozen food section where you can get ready-to-eat dumplings, corn dogs, cheese balls, stir-fried meals and even Korean sashimi! You can also expect a small range of snacks, instant noodles, assorted rice/grain varieties and alcohol. Chorok also frequently offers sale items, so make sure to check their clearance section for some good steals.


Chorok Market

Address: 277 Orchard Rd, B1-05 Orchardgateway, Singapore 238858

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily



3. Eee Mo Pac&Go

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Unlike your regular Korean grocery marts, Eee Mo operates mostly as a takeaway or Grab & Go concept, specialising in homemade ready-to-eat Korean banchan (side dishes), gimbap, bento boxes and more. Tucked within the quiet neighbourhood of Everton Park, Eee Mo is a cosy little store where you can get lunch sets daily from under $10.

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All the food items are made fresh daily, and what’s available will differ from day to day. Popular items on the menu include Pork Backbone Stew, Soy Sauce Marinated Crab, Samgyetang, Bossam, Spicy Stir Fried Octopus, Egg Rolls, Kimchi Pancake, Japchae and more. You can check out what’s available daily via their Instagram


Eee Mo Pac&Go

Address: 2 Everton Park #01-57, Singapore 081002

Opening Hours: Monday-Tuesday, 10.30am-7pm; Thursday-Saturday, 10.30pm-7pm; Sunday, 10am-4pm



4. Sol Mart

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As one of Singapore’s OG Korean marketplaces, Sol Mart offers one of the widest range of products, and is pretty much your one-stop shop for all your Korean F&B needs. They have many categories of items to shop from, such as the usual fresh produce, butchery, seafood, ramen selections, seasonings/sauces, alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic beverages, snacks and more.

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Other more unique items include lifestyle and living items, such as Korean kitchenware/brassware, tableware; even household cleaning supplies and necessities like detergent, soap, body care, haircare; health products like ginseng supplements, skincare/beauty accessories and even items for babies/infants. There are multiple Sol Mart outlets in Singapore and you can check for the location nearest to you here


Sol Mart

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Opening Hours: Various




5. Jun’s Butchery

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While they’re branded as a “butchery”, Jun’s offers much more than just freshly cut meats: they’re essentially a fully fledged supermarket with a wide variety of fresh produce like hard-to-find Korean fruits and vegetables.

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Aside from freshly flown-in Korean produce, they also have frozen foods, alcohol and a modest selection of snacks, pantry items and lifestyle goods, among others. As for the butchery itself, you can expect fresh cuts of Korean and even Japanese meats like chicken, pork and beef.


Jun’s Butchery

Address: 23 Hoot Kiam Rd, Singapore 249405

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




6. Koryo Jeong Banchan Store

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Looking for some authentic Korean-made banchan (side dishes)? Look no further than Koryo Jeong, a tiny, hidden takeaway store offering home-style cooking and side dishes. They also operate as a mini street food “stand” where you can grab hot street snacks like tteokbokki, fried foods, dumplings, pancakes, fish cake skewers and more from just $1 each.


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There’s also a small dine-in area where you can have your food while it’s fresh, very much like an authentic Korean pocha or street cart. Items you can get from the menu include Kimbap (from $8), Fish Cake Soup (from $3), Tteokbokki ($6), Corn Dog ($5) and much more.


Koryo Jeong Banchan Store

Address: 10 Anson Road, #01-50, International Plaza, Singapore 079903

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10.30am-6pm



7. The Butcher’s Dining

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Indulge in gourmet all-day dining at this premium Korean retail store, butcher and restaurant. Aside from premium cuts of meat, you can look forward to shopping for artisanal Korean goods like snacks, unique makgeolli flavours, and even ready-made meal kits.

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As for their all-day dine-in café, you can expect various weekday lunch sets like Old School Duroc Pork Cutlet ($25.80), Grilled LA Galbi Set ($24), Galbitang Set ($27.50), Mille Feuille Jeonggol ($23.50), Yukke Perilla Oil Noodle ($21.50) and more. 


The Butcher’s Dining

Address: 593 Havelock Rd, #01-03, Singapore 169641

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 10.30am-8pm; Friday-Saturday, 10.30am-10.30pm; Sunday, 10.30am-10pm




8. Market Blue

The popular K-Market Festival is back, and this time it’s even bigger with more than 30 famous Korean vendors selling fashion apparel, bags, jewellery and more, plus street food items from just $2! 🤩 K-K Market Festival 🗓 Now till 3rd September 2023 📍Tanglin Mall, L1 & B1, 163 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247933 ⏰ 11am-8pm daily


This viral Korean lifestyle market is known for their pop-up festival events famous bakery pop-ups, in-house dining, as well as wide variety of Korean foods that you can pre-order, such as beef bulgogi, spicy pork, housemade makgeolli, raw soy marinated crabs, fresh air-flown fruits and more. They’ve also got an in-house bakery where you can get chewy mochi donuts, twisted donuts and soft serve.

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Aside from food items, they’re also known for their lifestyle goods and fashion accessories, bringing in popular Korean indie brands that you won’t be able to find elsewhere, like Abode, Kirsh, Sylk and more. 


Market Blue 

Address: 163 Tanglin Rd, #B1-122 123,124, Singapore 247933

Opening Hours: 10.30am-9pm daily