Time Out says
Following the success of their Quarry Bay location in Taikoo Place, Market Wholesome opened a shop in Yau Ma Yei. The Korean grocery store offers a wide variety of food sourced directly from Korea including snacks, drinks, alcohol, frozen foods, ready meals, meats, kimchi, noodles, condiments and much more, to bring Korean flavour – and now some Korean convenience store culture – to Hong Kong.
The new Yau Ma Tei store has a 'Market Wholesome Bar' which is a self-serve instant noodle (ramyun) machine, so you can cook on the spot and enjoy it immediately – just like you would in a convenience store in Seoul. You can even add kimchi or canned ham (richam) to your choice of noodles for a super cheap and quick lunch or snack with their sets: ramyun with kimchi (starts from $18) or with richam (starts from $24).