Personal training studio specializing in sports performance, core training, circuit training, and balance training for burning fat and building lean muscle mass.
Restaurant chain known for Japanese-style curry and spaghetti. Does takeout and dine-in.
Located on the second floor of the Madang Mall, next to Fitness M.
Open for lunch and dinner.
Latest update: Byul Pocha has closed. Now in its space is Sushi Hoshi. Replaced Bicycle & Gogi in the strip mall called Sejong Plaza. (You’ll be able to see the I Heart Boba sign on the Western Avenue side). Menu includes bossam, pajeon, kimchi pasta, chicken wings, corn cheese, soju and beers. Illegally allows smoking. Allegedly only lets Koreans in because non-Koreans are likely to report the illegal sale of alcohol past 2:00 am. Nominally open seven days a week, 5:00 pm – 2:00 am.
“G-House” was founded by Reverend Kwang-won Choi & Ok-hyun Choi in Seoul in 1986 in order to give people a place to enjoy gospel music. Established in Los Angeles in 2012. Serves coffee, tea, fruit juices, Korean shaved ice, tortilla pizzas, ice-blended drinks, sandwiches, salads, and pasta dishes. 가스펠하우스카페 Opened and closed in 2012. Replaced by Danji / Wara Wara in the former Pizza Hut complex in North Koreatown / East Hollywood.