Welcome to our comprehensive guide to Koreatown, filled with an array of exciting things to do and explore.
Koreatown, also known as K-Town, is a vibrant and culturally rich neighborhood that can be found in various cities around the world, predominantly in the United States. It serves as a focal point for Korean culture, traditions, cuisine, and community.
Koreatowns are typically characterized by a dense concentration of Korean-owned businesses, including restaurants, grocery stores, beauty salons, karaoke bars, and specialty shops. These establishments cater not only to the local Korean community but also attract visitors from diverse backgrounds who are interested in experiencing Korean culture and cuisine.
Koreatown Points of Interest
Welcome to our guide to the top points of interest in Koreatown, a vibrant and bustling neighborhood in the heart of Los Angeles, known for its rich history, diverse culture, delicious food, stunning architecture, luxurious hotels like Hotel Normandie, shopping centers, public transportation options including the B Line and D Line subway, as well as bus lines like the 720 Wilshire and 754 Vermont, and other amenities such as the Korean Education Center, the Consulate-General of South Korea in Los Angeles.
928 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006
Directions from Koreatown Plaza to Schwartzman & Associates
Wilshire / Western Station
S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Directions from Wilshire / Western Station to Schwartzman & Associates
The Wiltern Theater
3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Directions from The Wiltern Theater to Schwartzman & Associates
Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools
701 S Catalina St, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Directions from Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in Koreatown to Schwartzman & Associates