>>9307393>but is better than hasbro.
Nah man that's bit of a stretch even if you are the biggest Korean-toy lover. They mainly focus on big transforming gimmick bricks with little regard to the proportions and aesthetics. It's more accurate to say that they are the halfway point between Transformers and Super Sentai Robo, with most of the franchises slowly shifting towards the TF side of things over the years, i.e. from >>9307393
Of their long running lines, I think Miniforce is getting close to TFs, followed by Carbots then Tobot V.>>9307448
Korean stuff you can get them mainly off Gmarket, their equivalent sales platform to Amazon. But their Korean MSRP is already high. The boxes are huge and the toys can be quite dense. All of this means that the shipping is rape.
Many of the major Korean lines have licensed Mainland China runs and these are far cheaper but you'd need to learn how to proxy from Taobao. i.e. Miniforce (Up to Dinosaur Power S2) , Tobot V (S1), Hello Carbot (S1 2014 granddaddy version), Legend Heroes.
Young Toys also does global runs that come with English dubs on youtube. It's mainly Tobots and Monkart right now. Tobots is only up to Tobot V S1 as well. These English packaging versions find their way to Ebay.
A big problem with the China and Global versions is that they are very likely to get KOed so you'd need to keep your eyes open when searching the online platforms.