The establishment of an SMTown Museum in Los Angeles was announced in 2013, with the building being purchased in July. The space was formerly occupied by the Orchid Club on the southwest corner of 6th Street & Oxford Avenue, a few steps away from the CVS, the Metro subway station, and the Madang Mall.
Located at the intersection of Wilshire and Western, an Art Deco building with blue-green terra cotta tiles
The jurisdiction of the Korean Consulate General in Los Angeles encompasses Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico.
Five-minute walk West from Wilshire/Vermont Station (Metro Red Line)
Located at the intersection of Wilshire Blvd and New Hampshire Avenue.
The Consulate is the six-story building with a Korean national flag at the front.
RFK Community Schools is located at the former site of the Ambassador Hotel.
Located behind the Dawooljong Gazebo on Olympic & Normandie
A 5,000 sq-ft traditional Korean gazebo with a small garden on the northeast corner of Olympic and Irolo. It is across the street from where Koreatown began with a Korean grocery store in the late 1960s.
The mini-mall on the northeast corner of 4th & Western.
Restaurant and hospital on second floor.
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.
Opened in 1926, the original restaurant at 3427 Wilshire Boulevard remains the most famous due to its distinctive shape.