Youngdong (Yeongdong) is that restaurant that has what non-Koreans say is a very funny name. Specialty: ox-bone soup called Seolleong-tang Open most days 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.
Kimbab Chunkuk = Kimbap Cheonguk = Kimbap Heaven.
Korean-run restaurant serving cheap rolls. Does large catering orders of rice rolls.
JunWon (Jeon-Won) is a highly rated store for the purchase of banchan (Korean side dishes). It is run by the same family as the Jun Won restaurant. * Samgyetang (whole-chicken soup with ginseng) has to be ordered at least a few hours or one business day in advance. Located next to the Shin Sae Gae store. Jun Won Banchan is on the corner.
Basic Korean dishes in the “City Eats” food court on the second floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street.
Red Cape is a small Korean restaurant that offers all-you-can-eat ddeokbokki (spicy “rice cakes”) in the space formerly occupied by Wai Poke on 6th Street. Open most days from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm.
Jangchoongdong Korean Restaurant specializes in jokbal, which are pigs’ hocks, aka pigs’ feet. Located in a dingy strip mall called Westminster Square on Western Avenue, just south of 4th Street. WON JO JANG CHOONG DONG PYANG in L.A. County Health Records. 장충동 족발집
Located in the strip mall on the southwest corner of 6th & Kenmore, Sin Jung / Shin Jung / Shinjung (신정) (pronounced Shinjeong / Shinjong) is a Korean restaurant that offers all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu for 19.99 (beef) or 24.99 (beef and seafood). Also has ganjang gejang (crabs), somoribap and seolleongtang on the menu. Health rating of B as of February 2013. Open 24 hours.
The Nakji (더 낙지) opened at the mini-mall Cosmos Village in July 2016. The restaurant’s name literally means “The Octopus.” Pronounced Nahk-jee. Nakji / Nak Ji / Nakjee / Nak Jee / Nakgi / Nak Gi / Nakgee / Nak Gee On the menu: stir-fried octopus made in varying levels of spiciness according to customer’s preference Minimum 2 servings. 2인분 $28.99 Open most days from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm.