LATEST UPDATE: Los Angeles County is being graduated to ORANGE tier.
The county is maintaining a 75% capacity cap at grocery and retail stores, a departure from state guidelines that lift all capacity limits in the yellow tier. Hair salons, barbershops, and personal care businesses are also limited to 75%, also a departure from the state rules.
Face masks have been required for entry to most retail establishments in Koreatown since the second week of April 2020.
On January 25, 2021, the governor lifted stay-at-home orders across the state of California.
L.A. County Public Health officials have said the county will align with the state. This means outdoor dining can re-open, as well as limited capacity for spa services.
Most restaurants in Koreatown re-opened their patios for customers on January 29 (Friday). Hair salons and other businesses that had been closed by the governor are also expected to be open with limited capacity.
Opening soon in Koreatown: Gutto Sushi in 2021.”>Gutto Sushi, Kpop Music Studio, Daedo Korean Steak Restaurant
Newly opened: Dragon Boba on Western Avenue, Blue Bottle Coffee on 6th Street, Super Power Chicken at Madang Mall, Stark’s Chicken on Vermont Avenue
Restaurants Permanently Closed in 2020: Gangjung Chicken (before COVID-19 shutdown), Jun Won, Dong Il Jang, Beverly Soon Tofu, Nakwon, School Food
Also: The Face Shop and Chocolate Chair at Madang Mall are among the stores that have permanently closed as a result of COVID counter-measures.
#한타 #한인타운 #엘레이 Madang Plaza Shopping Mall
In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown’s borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.
Located at Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, it is served by the Red Line and the Purple Line.
Many public events are staged in front, including World Cup viewings that draw on thousands of spectators watching the game on a large screen. The…
Purple Line metro station at intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue (the subway is on the northeast corner)
Classes on beauty, fashion, airbrush, cinema, stage, television & special effects makeup
This second Paris Baguette location on Western Avenue is just a few steps north of Wilshire Boulevard. It is inside the Madang Mall. Korean-style croquettes,…
Affordable haircuts and styling for men and women
Named after Pío de Jesús Pico, the last Mexican governor of Alta California, who died in 1894. This library branch has the largest Korean-language collection…
MADANG is a shopping & entertainment complex on Western Avenue, north of Wilshire Boulevard. MALL DIRECTORY
Chosun Galbi is a relatively upscale Korean barbecue restaurant for the Koreatown area. Located on Olympic Boulevard, about a block west Koreatown's formal border of…
Korean supermarket in the basement of the Madang Mall on the northwest corner of Western Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. Asian grocery and food items such…
The large Korean shopping mall right on the southeast corner of Western Avenue and Olympic Boulevard. 코리아타운 갤러리아
Drycleaning and Alterations
AYCE (all-you-eat) Korean barbecue restaurant near Kyochon on 6th Street. Last seating is at 1:20 am.
Known for the traditional Korean dress hanbok.
The old Gaju Market on the northeast corner of 5th & Western is back!
Open on Christmas Day 2020 and New Year's Day 2021.
Valet parking as of September 2017: $7
Korean dry-cleaning service a block west of Western Avenue
Buns and fried rice in North Koreatown across from the Subway sandwich shop.
Korean restaurant whose house specialty is seollongtang.
Koreatown LA events, landmarks, restaurants, bars, cafes, stores, preschools… Larchmont Village</a