Royal Thai is a highly rated massage place in the southwest region of Koreatown.
Where to buy kimchi and banchan in Koreatown? Kaesung Market has jars of different sizes and types of kimchi. The smallest jar of kimchi goes for $4.50. Wholesale prices at Kaesung Kimchi: $9 to 12 per gallon Whole Kimchi 포기김치 White Kimchi 백김치 Cut Kimchi 막김치 White Radish Kimchi 동치미 Radish Kimchi 깍두기 Seasoned Oyster Kimchi 굴김장속 Mustard Kimchi 갓김치 Mild Bell-Pepper Kimchi 안매운피망김치 Cucumber Kimchi (“Pickle” Kimchi, Pickles) 오이소배기 Radish Leaves Kimchi 무청김치 Leek Kimchi 부추김추 Scallion Kimchi 파김치 Diced / Minced Ginger 다진생강 Forty years of kimchi tradition with no chemical additives like MSG. Also available: Dwenjang, Gochujang, Banchan (seasoned perilla leaves, squid…) 함경도 가자미 식혜 Open six days a week, Monday to Saturday, 8:00 am – 7:00 […]
Original location of the Chinese-Korean restaurant whose specialty is mutton kebabs. (The second location is on Western.) Adventurous eaters come here for the bull penis. Last call is at 11:30 pm on most days. Health rating of A as of 09/21/2012.
30 Years of Handmade “Knife-Cut” Noodles in Southwest Koreatown Red-Bean Kalgooksoo. 팥칼국수 Seafood Kalguksu. 해물칼국수 Chicken Kalguksu. Open 11:00 am – 8:30 pm, six days a week. Closed on Sundays.
Tang is a Korean restaurant specializing in seafood — seafood soups, lobster stew, seafood pancake, stir-fried seafood… Soju, makkeoli and Hite beer are available. Now open seven days a week, 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm. Takeout ok. Basic English amiably spoken. Located in Southwest Koreatown. (213) 359-9031
SunHaJang is a Korean restaurant in Southwest Koreatown whose specialty is grilled duck meat. Kalbi and naeng-myeon are also on the menu.
Gupojip / Gu Po Jib is a Korean restaurant on 8th & Berendo whose house specialty is mudfish (choo-wo). Has a thirty-year tradition of serving mudfish stew (chuotang), which is also available for takeout. Open until 9:00 pm on most days.
Sinulang All Kelang All-Family Restaurant” is located in southwest Koreatown. The Korean pronunciation of the restaurant’s name is “Shinoo-rahng, Olkeh-rahng”. “Sisters-in-law” in Korea have a notoriously difficult time together. This restaurant pokes fun at that. The restaurant’s two specialties are kalguksu (knife-cut noodles) and handmade mandoo (dumplings). In particular, the pat-kalguksu is a rare find in Koreatown. SHINURANG OLKERANG MENU Kimchi Dumpling Soup 8.99 Rice-Cake Dumpling Soup 7.99 Original Dumpling Soup 7.99 Deep-fried Dumplings 6.99 Boiled Dumplings 6.99 Hand-Cut Noodles in Hot Red-bean Broth 8.99 Kimchi Sujaebi 8.99 Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) 8.99 Pork Bulgogi 9.99 Jjolmyeon 7.99 Soondubu 7.99 Ddeokbokki 8.99 * Availability and prices of menu items are subject to change.
Open seven days a week, 5:00 pm – 2:00 am Korean bar located on Olympic by Crenshaw in Southwest Koreatown. Former address of Chinese Gate Restaurant / Jin Zza Ru. One of the few Korean places in the area where smoking is NOT allowed.