Located at Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, it is served by the Red Line and the Purple Line.
Nicknamed the “Cathedral of Commerce” at one time, this art deco building trimmed in terra cotta and copper was the former site of Bullocks Department Store. It currently serves as the main library for the Southwestern Law School.
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 in LAPL system.
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.
Famous locally not for the chicken, but for the architectural style of its building.
Located at the intersection of Wilshire and Western, the Wiltern Theatre and Pellissier Building is an Art Deco building decorated with blue-green terra cotta tiles. It was originally built in 1931, called the Warner Brothers Western Theater, and was designed as a vaudeville theater. Today, the Wiltern serves as a live-performance venue, hosting concerts & comedy shows.
The Equitable Life Building is the tallest skyscraper in Koreatown LA.
Phone number for leasing information: (213) 387-8811
MADANG is a three-level shopping and entertainment complex located just north of Wilshire Boulevard on the western side of Western Avenue.
June 29, 1969