The Seoul of the South

DIA Dollar Outlet Mall

DIA Dollar Outlet Mall is a new retail concept opened on Satellite Blvd. that is a hybrid between a discount store and home goods shop. This concept is very popular in Asia, but it is new to the US market. DIA specializes in a wide range of goods manufactured in Korea. The owner and current president of the Korean Chamber of Commerce has spent years cultivating relationships with vendors for all of the goods. His focus on quality products and sourcing.  

If you want to get some idea of what is trending in Korea or popular on Korean home shopping networks, DIA gives you a great look into that market at very reasonable prices. Thanks to the aforementioned relationships and going directly to the source, customers are able to find some great deals on goods such as cosmetics, stationary and everyday household items. 

One particular item that we all need is socks, and funny as it may seem, Korean socks are widely known for their designs and quality. I know that I make it a point to buy socks whenever I travel to Seoul, and now I can buy them right here in Gwinnett. 

The store really is a treasure trove of all kinds of items including auto and hair accessories, costume jewelry, and little popular trinkets that you may have asked a Korean friend about in the past. Now, you can check them out at DIA and get them for yourself at deep discounts. 

The owner was quick to point out that the inventory is always changing and that new shipments are on the way. I know that I will be back soon to check out and hunt for more deals. 

Be sure to stop by soon. With the holidays coming up you are sure to find something for everyone on your holiday shopping list. DIA also offers a 100% guaranteed return policy, no questions asked. Be sure to mention Explore Gwinnett for another 15% off when you stop in and see Mr. Lee and enjoy shopping for all those great deals!


Post by Sarah Park
Sarah Park is native to Korea, and she loves food. Community involvement is something Sarah is very passionate about.
She hosts a weekly segment on Atlanta Radio Korea informing the Korean community of local events and programs as well as new openings and hot spots for different types of cuisine.
Sarah serves on various advisory committees including the Korean Food Global Association Southeast and the Atlanta International Night Market. She also served with Atlanta Food Service Expo and has been recognized for her global food initiatives.
Currently a Gwinnett resident, Sarah is a true foodie who enjoys all types of cuisine and traveling to sample different tastes from regions around the world.