Also known as JES, short for “Jeong Um Sa”
Stall located in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Serves many popular Korean dishes, including galbitang, bulgogi, altang, gomtang and bibim naengmyeon.
Food stall that opened inside the Koreatown Plaza food court in early 2015.
Plaza Sushi is one of the stalls inside the food court of Koreatown Plaza on Western Avenue. Has bento boxes. Closes by 8:00 pm on most days.
Golf equipment and apparel store that had been located inside Koreatown Plaza. Now its only location is on Olympic Boulevard by Kenmore Avenue. Brands: Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Cobra, New TaylorMade Golf clubs, golf balls… Hello Kitty golf bags and head covers!!
The Madame Polla shop on the third floor of Koreatown Plaza carries Western suits and other conservative items of clothing for older Asian women. Korean is the main language by staff. An English speaker is sometimes available. Closes by 8:00 pm on most days.
Franchise stall in the Koreatown Plaza food court. Vietnamese noodle soups and spring rolls. Had been Pho ABC. Open until 8:00 pm.
USPS-approved shipper inside Koreatown Plaza. Accepts mail until 7:00 pm, although cut-off time is around 3:00 pm. Prices are the same as with regular post offices — no markup. Envelopes, stamps… Passport photos are $20 for 4 pictures.
Located in the Koreatown Plaza food court, Gamja Bawi serves popular Korean dishes like dolsot bibimbap (rice and vegetables in a hot stone pot) and bulgogi (marinated beef) with rice. The term “Gamja Bawi” refers to people from Gangwon province, where gamja (“potato”) has been widely cultivated. Bawi does NOT refer to “rock” as many ignorant writers have published. Bawi is a modified pronunciation of bau, which is a dialectical suffix for marking a ethnonym. Last orders are taken by 8:00 pm on most evenings.