House specialty: spicy “rice cakes”
Korean restaurant whose specialty is Soondae (blood sausages)
Jangteo Bossam (장터보쌈) is listed in Los Angeles County records as Jang Tuh Bosam and Jang Teo Bossam. Dong Il Jang – ClosedMister BossamHwal A Kwang JangHae Jang Chon
“8th Soon Dai Jip” is a highly rated Korean restaurant known for its specialty soondae (traditional Korean blood sausages). Also known as 8Gah Soondae — palgah is Korean for Eighth Street. Located east of Koreatown proper in the Westlake area. Open 9:00 am – 10:00 pm most days. Closed on Sunday. IHOP on 6th StreetJONS Market (8th Street)JONS Market (3rd Street)Carl’s Jr. on 6th Street – Renovated
Located in a dingy strip mall, Han Kook Soondae is a modest restaurant whose specialty is traditional Korean blood sausages. Closes at 6:00 pm. * Cash only. Moobongri Soondae – MovedMyung Poom Soondae – ClosedEighth Street SoondaeWestern Soondae – Name Change
Oh Ma Ni is a Korean restaurant that serves kimchi stew, hand-cut noodles… The house specialty is soondae (blood sausauge). 오마니순대전문 closes by 9:00 pm on most evenings. Basic English is spoken.
Seoul Soondae House serves traditional Korean blood sausages. This stall is located in the food court of Koreatown Plaza on Western Avenue. (There had been another restaurant called Seoul Soondae House on 6th Street at Alexandria Plaza). Closes by 8:30 or earlier on most days. Hyeri Coffee HouseTip’s HouseKobawoo HouseRoad to Seoul