Whole Body Method pilates studio. With three locations in Los Angeles — one on Pico, a second on Sunset Boulevard, and a third on 6th Street in Koreatown.
Zero to Hero opened in January 2011. The owner and trainer is Randy Kim, who was a K-1 Fighter in Japan and a shotput champion in South Korea. Boxing, Kickboxing, Strength Training, Cardio Weight Loss, Circuit Training, Sports Conditioning, and Functional Self Defense classes for children and adults. Personal training available.
Located on the second floor of the mini mall on 4th and Western known as Cosmos Village. Internal Medicine, Urgen Care, Physical Therapy, Laser & Skin Center (Radiesse, Juvederm) John Huh, M.D.
Drugstore right by the supermarket downstairs, across from the Cake Galleria bakery. #101 Usually open from 9:30 am to 9:00 pm. Prescriptions close by 6:00 pm. Can speak English.
Royal Thai is a highly rated massage place in the southwest region of Koreatown.
For years, operated as Olympic Foot Massage on Olympic Boulevard. Moved to a new location and rebranded as Sports Foot Massage in 2015. New location: northeast corner of 8th Street and Western Avenue. Package deals: -14 1hr Foot and Body Massage Coupons for $ 350 ($25/ hr) -14 1hr Body Massage Coupons for $400 ($28.57/ hr) -13 1 hr Therapy Massage Coupons for $500 ($38.46/ hr) Normally, the price is $35/$40/$60 per hour, respectively. Walk-ins ok if it’s not too busy.
Traditional Chinese Foot Massage in the Cosmos Village mini-mall. Started calling itself by the new appellation “Mike Relax” in 2012. More known as “Cosmos Foot Massage” because its location. The Korean sign above the entrance says 발사강 (“BalSarang”) which literally means “Foot Love” or “Feet Love.”
M Pilates opened in 2014 on the second floor of the strip mall on 8th Street & Oxford Avenue. The studio is still open for business to the year 2016.
JJB = jjim jil bang (찜질방) Open seven days a week, with late-night hours on Friday and Saturday.