It's just an interesting place to go. There are a lot of goods imported from Korea or Japan. I feel it fun to check out what food they have. I go there once a month to buy Korean / Japanese snacks (Pockey), Korean pears, mushrooms and some frozen food. If you are going to make hot pot, you must get the shabu shabu beef from there because you can't get it anywhere else. That tender semi-fat beef is individually rolled in package sometimes. You don't need wait for defrosting the beef that way.
Sometimes I eat the $5 Korean meal. It's just $5 including soup, meat, appetizers (kimchi) and rice. I usually take the beef meal or pork meal.