One of the Korean stalls inside Koreatown Plaza’s food court.
더김밥… * Closed on Mondays *
Hongdae Jopok Ddeokbokki (홍대 조폭 떡볶이) is a Korean restaurant on the northwest corner of 6th & Catalina whose specialty is “ddeokbokki” — rice cakes in spicy sauce. Menu also includes kimbap, soondae and tempura. *Does temporary tattoos while customers wait for orders. The theme of the place is Jopok, which means organized crime, aka gangsters. Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm. Grand opening was on January 5, 2015.
Located on the third floor of the Koreatown Galleria mall on Western & Olympic. Has televisions and an outdoor patio.
Addeok-jip, not a “bakery” in the Western sense of the word.
Sells ddeok (rice “cakes”).
Also sells kimbap (“sushi” rolls).
Kimbab Chunkuk = Kimbap Cheonguk = Kimbap Heaven.
Korean-run restaurant serving cheap rolls. Does large catering orders of rice rolls.
Saeng Saeng Gimbap (생생김밥) opened in the space formerly occupied by the decades-old Elephant (Kokkiri), which closed in late 2015. House specialty: kimbap