Han Yang has been my go-to store for Korean ingredients (usually frozen salted mackerel, kimchee, and sweet potato starch noodles for Japchae). Every time I go, I can never resist buying a package of prepared food as a way to explore more home-style Korean food.
The colorful Korean mochi always looked appetizing, especially the ones covered in peanut powder. However, this package of mochi is flavorless. Mochi is usually super sweet, but these were barely sweet! And although it looks like there's an assortment of mochi in the package, they all taste the same. If I remember correctly, the multi-colored cake-like variety in the middle had a different, more cornmeal-like texture, it still tasted similarly bland. I really can't recommend these sweets.
On the other hand, I loved and highly recommend the giant package of cooked pig feet with tiny dried shrimp preserved in brine! I love the combination of savory, briny, and sweet flavors. I would've never thought to use the pungent preserved dried shrimp as a condiment to pig feet, but it really makes this humble dish even more delicious and memorable.
Pig Trotters with Fermented Dried Shrimp Condiment
Another prepared food you can find at Han Yang is Gimbap, which is Korean sushi rolls. It seems to have more of a rice to filling ratio than Japanese sushi rolls, and it usually has cooked ingredients. It is also never served with soy sauce and wasabi. Gimbap here is a quick, filling,and inexpensive solution to satisfying sushi roll cravings.