This Purple Line metro station is named after the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue (the subway is on the northeast corner) and in 2013, after Alfred Hoyun Song, the first Asian-American politician to be elected as state senator to the California State Assembly.
In addition to the Pio Pico Library, another LAPL branch that serves what is still considered the Koreatown area of Los Angeles is the Wilshire Library. It doesn’t have as extensive a collection of Korean books or resources, but it’s the next best branch. (The Central Library in downtown LA also has Korean materials.)
Modest hotel / motel in what is considered the western edge of Koreatown.
Dosan Ahn Chang Ho station is the official name of the post office on the northwest corner of 6th and Harvard.
This branch had been known as the Sanford station.
Subway station just north of Koreatown proper. Technically already in the East Hollywood area also known as New Filipinotown or North Koreatown. Located on the northwest corner of Vermont Avenue and Beverly Boulevard. It’s a Red Line station.
Avana on Wilshire Apartments Apartment building in Los Angeles, California
L.A. Builders Hardware between the Metro PCS and Dumpling House on Third Street, just a few steps west of Vermont Avenue. Does copy keys. Paint and Plumbing Supplies. Lighting, PVC & ABS, Water Heaters, Wall Heaters, Bath Fixtures, Keys, Locks, Light Bulbs…
Little Bangladesh is a four-block stretch of 3rd Street between Alexandria Avenue and New Hampshire Avenue in what is popularly considered the northern parts of Koreatown. The ethnic enclave was formally designated in 2010 by the Los Angeles City Council.
The Los Angeles Mongolian Association holds meetings at the office of Koko Group Logistics in North Koreatown.