Address: 2401 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 351-6800

CCCM: Centro Cultural y Cinematográfico México “Center for Mexican Cinema in Los Angeles” Located at the Consulate of Mexico in Westlake, just east of Koreatown proper. DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► ►

Ramada Inn on Wilshire

Address: 3550 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: 213-736-5222

Ramada is a large hotel chain owned and operated by Wyndham Worldwide. DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► ►

Korean Air LA Office

Address: 1813 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 484-1900

Korean Air’s regional office in Los Angeles is located in an old building in Westlake, east of Koreatown proper. This office provides ticketing services. “SkyTeam” Tel: 213-484-5700 (08:30 ~ 17:30 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri) Office is closed during weekends and holidays. Fax: 213-484-0731 (08:30 ~ 17:30 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri) Phone number at the airport: (310) 646-4866 THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THIS PAGE CAN CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. IT IS PROVIDED WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. Reservation Center: Contact Info & Hours Toll Free: 1800-438-5000 (24 hours everyday) Phone: 213-484-1900 (24 hours everyday) Phone: 1-888-898-5525 (24 hours everyday) (Toll free TTY – Text Telephone for Hearing Impaired) Phone: 213-484-5727 (24 hours everyday) (Local TTY – Text Telephone for Hearing […]

ALERT: LAPD Actions Warrant Avoidance of Koreatown: Not Safe for Tourists

Address: Koreatown LA
Phone Number: 212-290-4700

We can no longer in good conscience recommend tourists to visit Koreatown. Crime after crime has been committed by thugs with badges against innocent law-abiding people who are seen as easy prey by these evildoers with government-issued guns. The most egregious example is the treatment of Koreatown visitor Kim Nguyen at the hands of LAPD officers David Shin (신은총) and Jinseok Oh (오진석) in the early morning hours of March 17, 2013. After a night out in Koreatown, Nguyen and two male friends were waiting in a restaurant parking-lot on 6th Street for a designated driver to pick them up. Officers Shin and Oh drove by in a marked patrol car, stopped, and approached Nguyen. After briefly questioning Nguyen and […]

Ktown Sign on Olympic

Koreatown Walking Tour: Olympic Boulevard

Address: Koreatown
Phone Number: NA

Olympic Boulevard is considered the main street of Koreatown LA. This is where historically Koreans started the businesses that would form the core of the community. The first official “Koreatown” sign in L.A. was posted at Olympic & Vermont in August 1981.     Here is a suggested itinerary for exploring Koreatown’s main street Olympic Boulevard.   1. Koreatown Galleria (Olympic & Western) Korean Food Court Cosmetic World Little Bean Cafe for Patbingsu Choice Music Store for K-Pop and K-Drama merch Korean Supermarket for ingredients and banchan   2. Koreatown Gateway Sign (Olympic & Oxford)   3. Yuchun Restaurant (Olympic & Serrano) for naengmyeon, traditional cold noodles   4. Hankook Sauna (Olympic & Hobart) a small Korean spa for women only […]

Consulate General of El Salvador

Address: 3450 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 383-5776

Consulate General of El Salvador 3450 Wilshire Blvd #250, Los Angeles, CA 90010 Event: Primer Foro Del Trabajo Artesanal De El Salvador Free Entrance to Salvadoran Crafts Exhibition Saturday, August 13, 2016, from 3:00 PM DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► ►

Hampshire Place Apartments

Address: 501 S New Hampshire Ave
Phone Number: (213) 383-7557

Hampshire Place Apartments 501 S New Hampshire Avenue Phone: (213) 383-7557 (844) 584-6247 Different from the New Hampshire Apartments at 432 S New Hampshire Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020. Phone number (213) 385-5666 Nearby: Catalina Gardens, K2LA Apartments DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► ►

Sir Francis Drake Apts

Address: 841 S Serrano Ave
Phone Number: (213) 384-5330

The Sir Francis Drake Apartments Swelgroup DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► ►

LAPD’s Most Corrupt Police Division

Address: HELL
Phone Number: Hotline to the Devil

Inheriting the previous notoriety of the since-cleaned-up Rampart Division, this police station of Olympic Division on Vermont & 11th Street is in charge of defending the white stakeholders of Wilshire Center and terrorizing the Asian, Black, and Latino locals of the ethnically diverse Koreatown community. Ironically having the official designation as a “community” police station, it opened its doors on January 4, 2009, with a mandate to “provide services” to a population spread over 6.2 square miles (16 square kilometers). What this means is partnership with embezzlers who do not live in the area, whilst violating the civil rights of “ethnic” law-abiding residents. Tourists can catch a glimpse of the 54,000-square-foot (5,000 sq-m) building where more than 200 of the […]