Namsan Restaurant

Address: 3613 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 382-7777

Korean restaurant

Yangji Gamjatang

Address: 3470 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 388-1105

Open to 1:00 am on most days… open to 4:00 am on Thursday… Open 24 hours Friday and Saturday.

House specialty is Gamjatang (pork-bone soup). Menu also includes Budaejjigae, Ddeokbokki, Cold Noodles, Jjamppong, Seolleongtang, Kimchi Stew, Yukgaejang, Bibimbap and Dumplings.

HanMiJung Korean Restaurant

Address: 4100 W Pico Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 735-9200

Korean restaurant in Southwest Koreatown specializing in goat stew, pork galbi, pork bossam, samgyeopsal, bulgogi, steamed pork with kimchi, agu jjim, squid, intestines…

Ham Ji Park Restaurant: 6th St

Address: 3407 W 6th St
Phone Number: 213-365-8773

This is the Ham Ji Bak “Daughter” restaurant on 6th by Catalina. 함지박딸 (식당-한식) The original HamJiPark location is in Southwest Koreatown, at 4135 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019. Specialties: pork neck BBQ, spare ribs, gamjatang Open seven days a week. Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Movie location: Blackhat (2015) film Suite 101C

Hyun Poong Gom Tang

Address: 244 S Oxford Ave
Phone Number: (213) 480-3130

Korean restaurant in a strip mall in North Koreatown.

Menu includes kimchi-jjim, gamjatang (pork bone soup), dakdoritang (spicy chicken stew) and bossam.

Gamja Gol

Address: 3003 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 381-6446

The specialty of this restaurant is the traditional Korean dish gamja-tang (pork bone soup).

Hamjibak Korean Restaurant on Pico

Ham Ji Park: Original

Address: 4135 W Pico Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 733-8333

Ham Ji Park is a Korean restaurant located just southwest of Koreatown proper. Its offshoot “Hamjibak – Daughter” is located on 6th Street. Specialty is pork galbi. Also on the menu: Gamjatang. HAMJI BAK. HAMJI PARK RESTAURANT. 함지박 Closed on Sundays. Open Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Keungama Tofu House

Address: 3020 Wilshire Blvd
Phone Number: (213) 387-5334

Korean restaurant just east of Koreatown’s formal borders, in Westlake. Different from the Keun Gama on 8th Street. This is the restaurant on Wilshire Boulevard corner Wilshire Place, a few blocks east of Vermont. “Keungama” means “big pot” referring to their specializing in soups and stews such as kimchi jjigae and gamjatang. Open from 12 noon to 9:00 pm on most days.

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.