South Korean fried-chicken franchise
South Korean coffee chain that’s the equivalent of Starbucks
한국 알라딘 본사에서 LA에 중고서점 1호점을 오픈…
Located on the third floor of the Madang mall, this is the first L.A. branch of the ALADDIN chain known for buying and selling used Korean books, English books, CDs, and DVDs. In South Korea, the chain’s name is spelled with one “d” — Aladin.
This branch in North Koreatown across from HK Supermarket has limited seating.
Korean-inspired Western-style pastries such as danishes and croissants
Coffee and pastries are available for takeout. Cakes can be ordered.
South Korean fried chicken chain in the strip mall known as Serrano Marketplace.
Branch of the South Korean cosmetics chain FaceShop. This location shared space with Chocolate Chair on the ground floor of Madang on Western Avenue, just north of Wilshire.
TheFaceShop products are available to order online with free worldwide shipping.
South Korean cosmetics brand
HANSOL is a South Korean chain of restaurants operated by Hyundae GreenFood.
This location in Koreatown LA opened in the summer of 2015, in the space formerly occupied by Madang 621 BBQ at the Madang Plaza. Their house specialty is naengmyeon, including bibim-naengmyeon.