UPDATE: Replaced by Moo Bong Ri as of October 2018 Pig Village (돼지마을) is a Korean restaurant that opened in the space formerly occupied by the Koguryo restaurant at the strip mall on the northwest corner of 6th Street and Western Avenue. Serves lunch specials including stir-fried squid starting from 11.99 Dinner prices are around $20 and up. Prices and availability of menu items are subject to change.
Restaurants mentioned in the cookbook Discovering Korean Cuisine: Recipes from the Best Korean Restaurants in Los Angeles (2007) with the featured recipes from each establishment.
Asian-inspired hotdogs with vegan and vegetarian offerings
Korean-run chicken restaurant that was located in North Koreatown… Moved to 6th Street in June 2016.
B health rating as of October 2016.
In June 2018, a fire broke out after business hours.
Korean restaurant on the northwest corner of Fourth Street and Western Avenue.
한식전문 달구지 쌈밥전문.
House specialty: ssambap
The city intends to build a temporary shelter in this parking lot at Vermont Avenue and 7th Street, which is owned by the city. It will house 100 homeless people and be open a maximum of three years. The shelter will have security personnel and staff on call 24 hours a day for providing medical and counseling services to the homeless.
On the second floor of the Solair Building by the Wilshire & Western subway station