New York's Korean city is situated on two roads beside the Empire State Building. Although it is not big, Korean restaurants, supermarkets, Korean brand cosmetics stores, etc. are all available. They want to eat Oriental food. Here is a good choice for the downtown area.
Very good places, you can eat Korean food, buy Korean brands, enjoy nightlife and sing karaoke (many places and restaurants are open 24 hours). But you know, there's only one block, which is out of proportion to the Korean immigrants in New York, and it's not a residential area where you can feel Korean culture in depth. But if you like Korean food or need Korean goods, this is a great choice.
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!
grew up here all my life. can't imagine my life anywhere else~! =O)
Great food, busy nightlife and coffee shops galore. I love this city.