The specialty of this restaurant is the traditional Korean dish gamja-tang (pork bone soup).
Prominent strip mall on Olympic Boulevard with a strong Korean theme in its architecture. Tenants include Korean restaurants Gamjagol, Normandy Pharmacy, Western Union, Computer Land, Number One Massage, Triple Alterations, Jang Ga Ne, and Black & White. A Koreatown sign and the sign for Sammy Lee Square is located right by it.
Korean-owned pharmacy. Hours are usually 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Saturday. Closed on Sundays.
Korean restaurant in the old space of Cafe Todo Dia / Gam. Menu includes bulgogi, kimchi stew, and grilled mackerel. Open seven days a week, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm.
Small Brazilian restaurant. Opened in 2012. Evicted by 2014. Street food coxinhas, pao de queijo, pastel… Disconnected phone number: (213) 739-0112 Space now occupied by Jang Ga Ne.
UPDATE: Closed and replaced by Cafe Todo Dia in 2012. The chef prides herself with not using MSG in Korean fusion dishes. On the menu: kimchi fried rice, squid over rice, bulgogi bibimbap, ddukbokki (rice cakes in red sacue), goon mandoo (pan-fried dumplings), curry katsu, seafood pasta… 고로케… Gahm (감) is the Korean word for “Persimmon.” This restaurant is known in company filings as Persimmonhouse (one word).