Korean-owned stationery store on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria
Korean supermarket in the basement of the Madang Mall on the northwest corner of Western Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard.
Asian grocery and food items such as snacks, tofu, noodles, kimchi, candy, bottled water, and ice cream.
Oysters, uni pasta, and lobster rolls on the restaurant menu.
Located at City Center on 6th Street.
The large Korean shopping mall right on the southeast corner of Western Avenue and Olympic Boulevard.
Kimbab Chunkuk = Kimbap Cheonguk = Kimbap Heaven.
An iconic Korean restaurant on the southwest corner of Olympic & Vermont, known for being open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year… even Christmas Day.
“LA Hwaluh” is a Korean restaurant focused on seafood, particularly live fish, sashimi, sushi, and eel.
The restaurant’s Korean name 활어광장 is actually pronounced Hwareo Gwang-jang.
The smaller English letters on the sign spells out the pronunciation as Hwal Uh.
Donkasu is the Korean name for the Japanese tonkatsu, which means pork cutlet. Wako is famous for letting you grind your own sesame seeds to make the sauce for your tonkatsu. Open from 12 noon to 9:00 pm, seven days a week. This location on Olympic is open normal hours on Christmas Day, though the other Wako Donkasu location, which is on Wilshire at the Brown Derby Plaza, is closed. Yoshinoya – Olympic BoulevardEl Pollo Loco: Vermont & OlympicOlympic Burger (Since 1988)Koreatown Galleria (Original on Olympic)
Holy Crab is a Korean-run restaurant serving crab, shrimp and lobster in the style of Boiling Crab. Intends to be open on Christmas Day 2015 from 5:00 pm to around 10:00 pm. REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS: 5:00 pm – 12 midnight, Monday to Sunday Opened in November 2014 in the former space of Crazy Hook / Crazy Crab LA. Crab House (Korean)Boiling CrabHoly Roly Ice CreamFrankie & Johnnie’s Crab House