The Guide to Koreatown in Los Angeles

The Guide to Koreatown in Los Angeles

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Discover Koreatown with our guide to one of LA’s most exciting neighborhoods.

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    Built in 1931, the Wiltern is one of the largest theatres in LA, able to host a standing concert crowd of 2,300 or a seated arrangement of 1,850 people.
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    There’s something for everyone at R Bar, including live bands, monthly comedy nights, karaoke and movie drinking games. R Bar also boasts one of LA’s best jukeboxes.
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    The Prince is as well-known for its Korean-style fried chicken as it is for its classic decor, which includes red circular booths, antique paintings and vintage lighting.
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    The HMS Bounty stood in for a Manhattan seafood restaurant in Mad Men, when Peggy goes on a blind date with a truck driver.
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    This hole-in-the-wall pub is famous for its tong dak, or deep-fried chicken — and its paper-thin, exceptionally crisp skin and the juicy, tender meat.
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    The Korean-influenced pub fare offers fusion items like the chosun burger, made with sautéed kimchi, gochujang aioli, pickled daikon, Dijon mustard and grilled Spam, served on a King’s Hawaiian roll.
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    Though it’s located in K-town, Guelaguetza is celebrated for its authentic Oaxacan cuisine, as well as the Lopez family’s passionate advocacy of Oaxaca's culture through its art, music and most importantly, food and drinks.
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    With a focus on how Koreans have impacted Los Angeles and vice versa, the museum offers an in-depth perspective of Koreatown’s history and community.
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    Korean culture in a sleek, modern environment. The top floor has an excellent food court, while Cake House on the first level is ideal for picking up sweets to enjoy at home.
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    In the second episode of the CNN series, ANTHONY BOURDAIN PARTS UNKNOWN, chef Roy Choi takes Bourdain to Beverly Soon Tofu and the two culinary stars discuss Korean American cuisine.
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    The kalbi (short ribs) at Soot Bull Jeep is regarded by many as the best in town, and much of the credit goes to the real charcoal grills that cook the meat.
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    Priced at $65, Combo C is more than enough for two diners, including pork belly, seasoned beef ribeye, chicken bulgogi and beef brisket, plus sides and a choice of soju, beer or soft drink.
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