Once you enter the Korean city, there is a delusion that you are coming to Korea. The street signs are all in Korean. In addition to the livelihood stores such as laundry and supermarkets, even steaming shops, of course, there are a lot of Korean restaurants. I feel that they are Korean, so the taste is really authentic. The restaurants here also have small dishes before meals ～
The largest community in the US, and an area of Korean immigrants from Los Angeles, offers a wide range of Korean-style shopping streets and malls, as well as a number of Korean restaurants.
Korea City was exactly what I expected. Lots of small shops to shop. Great restaurants to eat. We spent a lot of time buying cosmetics and I think I spent over $200 but I think it was worth it. I wish I had more time to shop.
I like Korea City very much, everything is related to Korea. I have been to two parts of Korea City. I know you will question whether I have commented on the qualifications of Korea City, because I went to the 2 restaurants in Korea City.
grew up here all my life. can't imagine my life anywhere else~! =O)
If you're staying in LA longer than a week... i'd recommend taking one evening to do a Korean BBQ. If you've never done it, you have to try it. Definitely not for the Vegetarian crowd.Oh and also try Boba... or Bubble tea... try the house milk with boba to start.
I don't think I've ever seen a Korea Town before and LA's Korea Town is impressive. Amazing food and karaoke!
Great food, busy nightlife and coffee shops galore. I love this city.
Apparently, it's becoming THE spot to be at... well, at least in my mind. Walkability, Korean BBQ restaurants, and general shops are some of my favorite things about K-town.