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Below are online vendors that sell Korean products and other things that you may be interested in.  
You can help support the KoreanWiz website by clicking on the banners and using links below to
access the vendors.  KoreanWiz does not have any partnership, joint venture, agency, franchise, sales
representative or employment relationship with any of these vendors.  However, if you use the
banners/links on the KoreanWiz website to input your order, KoreanWiz will get a small commission
from the vendor for any items you order (even if the items are not specifically mentioned on the
KoreanWiz website).  The commission will help KoreanWiz offset the costs of maintaining this
website.  
You must remember to use the banners/links on the KoreanWiz website each time
you visit the vendor to input or change your order; otherwise, the KoreanWiz website will not
benefit from your order.
There is no additional cost to you for helping the KoreanWiz website.

Remember when buying DVDs, make sure you have the correct DVD region code and that the drama
is subtitled in English (or whatever other language you can read).  The quality of English subtitles also
varies, depending on which company produced the DVD.  YA Entertainment tends to have the best
quality English subtitles for the American audience.  (If the name of company that produced the DVD
is not disclosed online, don't be afraid to question the online vendor about the quality of the English
subtitles.)

When buying VCDs, you need to check if English subtitles are available and what languages are used.  
The "language" info provided by vendors for the VCD indicates the languages spoken on the VCD.  
For example, if both Korean and Chinese are shown as the language, it is my experience that in
addition to the original Korean language spoken by the actors, a Chinese translation will be dubbed
in.  To avoid hearing 2 voices simultaneously when the actor speaks --  the actor's voice plus the
dubbed translation -- try selecting which language you want to hear by clicking the Audio button on
your remote control.  (The quality of English subtitles on VCDs usually is not as good as those
available on DVDs produced in the U.S.)

Thanks in advance for supporting the KoreanWiz website!  Your support is always greatly
appreciated.
If a vendor is no longer listed in the Shopper's Marketplace, KoreanWiz no longer
receives a commission from that vendor for your orders.
Index to Vendors
(links below will take you to KoreanWiz's page on that vendor)
YesAsia.com:  Sells DVDs with English subtitles, OSTs, posters and
accessories for Korean TV dramas and movies.  A must-visit for all
fellow addicts who want to build a Korean drama collection.

Amazon.com:  Sells books about Korean culture, history and
language, audio/video equipment (including DVD players/recorders,
home theaters, TVs), music, clothes, software, toys, power tools
and many more other items.  A must-visit for fellow addicts who
want to enhance their viewing pleasure of the dramas by learning
more about Korean people or by upgrading their electronic
equipment.
Index to Specific Items
Korean TV drama stuff (DVDs, OSTs, jewelry, gift collection, etc.)
Korean movie stuff (DVDs and OSTs)

Books on:
Korean Adoptees
Korean Cooking/Foods
Korean Culture, Customs, Traditions, etc.
Korean History
Korean Language
Korean Travel