Wilshire Center in LA
Wilshire Boulevard – KOREATOWN LA DIRECTORY
Directory of Places in Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA, USA
GongCha is a Taiwanese beverage franchise specializing in Tea, Coffee, Boba, and Juice.
Restaurant featuring hotpots including various kinds of meats, vegetables, soups and dumplings…
DAISO is a popular chain of Japanese retail stores selling many items at $1.50 each. It has more than 2,500 stores in Japan.
Korean-operated Japanese-inspired drinking and eating establishment.
Shopping and entertainment complex located just north of Wilshire Boulevard on the western side of Western Avenue. Directory of tenants.
This location on Wilshire serves halal food.
Korean-run Italian fusion restaurant with a menu focused on pasta and pizza. Does serve kimchi pilaf and ddeokbokki.
This longtime, original location on Wilshire/Wilton closed in early 2005 and re-opened in January 2013.
Opens as early as 6:00 am on weekdays, 8:00 am on weekends.
Part of a nationwide American chain of Korean-focused Asian supermarkets established in 1982.
Korean-operated shop focused on sandwiches and bagels.
Nail salon in the space formerly occupied by Cindy Cho Aveda on the ground floor of the Solair building on the northeast corner of Wilshire & Western.
Ralphs has two locations in Koreatown — one on the southeast corner of 3rd & Vermont, the other on Western Avenue, just south of Wilshire Boulevard (Oxford & 7th).
Generally open Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. * Korea established diplomatic relations with the United States on May 22, 1882. Five stories. Built in 1956. No retrofit.
Taeyang’s White Night Concert on September 12… Fans lining up more than 24 hours early!
State-of-the-art gym opening on the second floor of the Madang Courtyard mall in September 2012. Flying Yoga… Pilates… Aerobics… Fitness Trainers… Dry Sauna…
BWWings: Chicken Wings. Beer. Sports. Opening in the month of August in the year 2017.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the oldest reform synagogue in Los Angeles.
Subway sandwiches on Wilshire, by Hobart. Open 24 hours a day.
Fruit arrangements made fresh. Chocolate-dipped strawberries arranged in a bouquet. Fruit salads and smoothies made on demand.
Located just west of Koreatown’s formal borders.
Korean-owned restaurant known for cheap eats — rice rolls.