There are many places in Korea where you can find great deals on practically anything you want. AK Plaza is not one of those places. It seemed that everything I looked at had a price tag of 100,000 to 300,000 won (which roughly speaking is $100 to $300). There were sales racks where things were listed for 50,000 to 70,000 won. I think I prefer to shop in the markets where the prices are lower and bargaining is allowed!
There was an entire floor devoted to cosmetics and accessories.
There was a floor of "international" brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and Guess.
There were some familiar American stores such as Foot Locker and GAP.
Okaaay.... that's an interesting name for a store of adult clothing.
There was a variety of restaurants in the plaza, including many familiar American chains.
Outback Steakhouses are actually a common sight in the bigger cities.
"I don't shop because I need something,
I just shop for shopping's sake."