As of the second week of April 2020, face masks are required before entering most retail establishments in Koreatown.
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.
NEWS: The Face Shop and Chocolate Chair at Madang Mall are among the stores that have permanently closed as a result of COVID counter-measures.
Opening soon in Koreatown: Kpop Music Studio, Daedo Korean Steak Restaurant
Newly opened: Dragon Boba on Western Avenue, Silverlake Ramen at Chapman Plaza, Super Power Chicken at Madang Mall, Stark’s Chicken on Vermont Avenue, H Mart at City Center on 6th Street, Zion Market 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
#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 inside the H Mart supermarket in the basement of Madang Mall. Available for takeout: large kimchi dumplings, large pork & veggie dumplings $4.99
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…
Italian Renaissance building across from where the Ambassador Hotel and Cocoanut Grove used to be.
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)
By the Wiltern Theater on Western Avenue, south of Wilshire Boulevard. You can enter via Western or Oxford Avenue.
An all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue restaurant
The old Gaju Market on the northeast corner of 5th & Western is back!
미스터 보쌈 During the 2020 Coronavirus crisis, MR. BOSSAM is open for takeout and delivery orders.
Korean dry-cleaning service a block west of Western Avenue
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…
Authorized seller of American and Japanese beauty and fragrance brands such as Clinique, Estee Lauder, SK-II, Fresh, Shiseido, and Clarins. December 24, 2019: BTS Hand…
The Los Angeles City Council in 2010 formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western, Olympic, Vermont, and 3rd... with a business corridor on Western from 3rd…
Sells boba drinks on the ground floor of the Madang Mall.
MADANG is a shopping & entertainment complex on Western Avenue, north of Wilshire Boulevard. MALL DIRECTORY
Open-air stall selling Korean-style street food in the courtyard of Madang Mall. Menu includes chicken skewers, tornado fries, hotdogs, and bulgogi burgers.
Where the Philippine senator-boxer Manny Pacquiao has been known to do karaoke 2020 Celebrity Sighting: Seth MacFarlane
Guatemalan bakery and restaurant * Closed on New Year's Day 2020
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,…
DAISO is a popular chain of Japanese retail stores selling many items priced at $1.50 each. This branch in Koreatown is on the ground floor…
Clean and extensive supermarket with an emphasis on Korean products, including freshly prepared banchan (side dishes) and Korean ingredients packed and ready to combine for…
Koreatown LA events, landmarks, restaurants, bars, cafes, stores, preschools… Larchmont Village