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Koreatown

Ethnic Neighborhoods LA

Head to LA's Koreatown for authentic Korean barbecue, dumplings and bibimbap


Kimchi and Korean Culture

Los Angeles is home to the largest Korean population in America, much of it concentrated between Western and Vermont Avenues. In Koreatown, you'll find everything from barbecue, noodles and dumplings to all-you-can-eat buffets. Try YongSuSan. To experience the thriving Korean nightclub scene, check out Chapman Market which has a number of popular Korean clubs and restaurants including Gaam and Toe Bang. And if you're a fan of food trucks, look for Kogi, the Korean Barbecue Truck!








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