Chunju Han-il Kwan is a Korean restaurant famous for its budae jjigae, banchan (side dishes), purple rice, and kimchi pancake. Budaejjigae (“army stew”) is minimum two orders = $28.50. The Chinese has termed this dish 部队锅. What is it? Basically a stew of leftover cold cuts. Please note that the price is subject to change! Open seven days a week, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm. Suite 106.
A small Korean eatery inside the HK Supermarket on Western Avenue for eat-in and to-go.
Kimbap, dumplings, mandoo, bulgogi over rice…
Specializes in the malodorous Korean stew called cheonggukjang.
House specialty: spicy “rice cakes”
Coffee, ddeokbokki, kimchi fried rice, green-tea patbingsoo…
Korean restaurant in North Koreatown that serves bossam and budaejjigae
숯불집: Korean restaurant known for its old-fashioned charcoal BBQ.
Be prepared for the smoke from the charcoal. Do not wear new clothes.
This is NOT an all-you-can-eat place.
Last call: 10:20 pm
This restaurant’s signature dish is Soon Tofu (soondubu), which is soft tofu in a stone pot with broth and a choice of meat, seafood, and fresh vegetables. For drinks, Beverly Soondubu / Soontofu House serves Bokbunja, Soju, Makgeoli, Sansachun, and Korean beers such as Hite and OB.
Korean restaurant at Waa Waa Plaza, by Paris Baguette and Boba Time.