Century Day & Night Spa

Address: 4120 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 954-1020

Korean-run spa for men and women. Open 24 hours.

Namwongol Chuotang

Address: 3623 W Pico Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 733-5700

This restaurant is famous for its specialty of mudfish stew.

Swap Meet

Address: 1233 S Western Ave
Phone Number: Not submitted

Latino-dominated strip mall in southwest Koreatown.

Soban Korean Restaurant

Address: 4001 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 936-9106

Galbijjim, kimchi jjigae (stew), banchan (side dishes). Health rating of B as May 4, 2013. Date Closed: May 08, 2014 Date Reopened: May 10, 2014 Reason for Closure: Vermin harborage, Vermin infestation Temporarily closed by the L.A. County Health Department in May 2014.

Royal Thai Massage

Royal Thai Massage

Address: 3600 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: 323.734.0662

Royal Thai is a highly rated massage place in the southwest region of Koreatown.

Feng Mao Mutton Kebabs

Address: 3901 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 935-1099

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.

Olympic Noodles

Address: 4008 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 931-0007

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 Korean Restaurant

Address: 945 S Norton Ave
Phone Number: (323) 934-5677

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

Sun Ha Jang

Address: 4032 W Olympic Blvd
Phone Number: (323) 634-9292

SunHaJang is a Korean restaurant in Southwest Koreatown whose specialty is grilled duck meat. Kalbi and naeng-myeon are also on the menu.

In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.