Korean "mini shopping mall" finds bigger home

06/27/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego's Zion Market has moved into a larger home. The Korean grocery has taken over an old Sears Essentials store, with 97,000 square feet, three times larger than the old location. The store has an expanded produce area, restaurants, cosmetics boutiques and cellphone stores. "What we're trying to do is create a mini shopping mall," Manager Timothy Moon said, adding that not all stores are Korean, to provide variety. Zion has five locations across Southern California, with a sixth scheduled to open next week.

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