Dancejoa Kpop Dance Classes in Koreatown LA

Dancejoa LA

Address: 3859 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 298-0099

Kpop / Hiphop Choreography Dance Studio in Koreatown LA.

The Face Shop in Koreatown LA

The Face Shop @ City Center

Address: 3500 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 480-3223

This location is on the 2nd floor of the City Center mall on 6th Street. It is usually open seven days a week, from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

TheFaceShop products are also available to order online with free worldwide shipping.

BB cream, nail polish, eyebrow trimmers, hair brushes…

Fancy House: Kpop Merch Store

Fancy House (Le Cards)

Address: 928 S Western Ave
Phone Number: (213) 389-5253

Fancy House is a Korean-run gift store inside Koreatown Plaza carrying stationery and knickknacks such as Hello Kitty chopsticks (for babies), Kpop keychains, stickers, and origami paper. It’s the shop by the food court. Has no EXO calendars but does have many other EXO items such as posters, socks, post-it pads, pens, file folders… Also has modern greeting cards with traditional Korean motifs.

KBS America

KBS America

Address: 625 S Kingsley Dr
Phone Number: (213) 739-1111

US subsidiary of Seoul-based Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). Established in July 2004.

MBC AMERICA

MBC America

Address: 3400 W 6th St
Phone Number: (213) 487-2345

엠비씨 (TV/위성방송사) 3400 W 6th Street, #4FL MBC America was established in Los Angeles in 1991. It broadcasts, distributes and sells MBC programs to North, Central, and South America. On Hulu http://www.hulu.com/network/mbc-america

The Korean Book Center

Address: 928 S Western Ave
Phone Number: (213) 738-9140

Now known as JES, short for “Jeong Um Sa.” Bookstore on the basement level of Koreatown Plaza carrying Korean books, flashcards, maps, toys, children’s song CDs, and flags. Also has Kumon workbooks. Popular items for Kpop fans are Junior magazine issues, as well as Korean editions of international magazines like GQ and Maxim.

Tourist of the Day: @KurlyKolly

Address: Koreatown LA
Phone Number: NA

We were expecting a flood of visitors in town for the Korean Music Festival, but it so happened that our tourist of the day for April 29th was in Los Angeles not for the KMF, but the Asian-Pacific Film Festival.

Colleen (@kurlykolly), who lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, but is planning to move to South Korea soon, has been following and actively engaging the community on Twitter for months and she finally got to visit our district in Los Angeles!