“The Real 3rd Street Chicken House” is a small restaurant whose specialty is chicken soups and chicken stews. The Korean name of this restaurant is “Sam-ga Dahk-gom-tang.” Sahm = three gah = street You can spot the number 3 on the Korean sign outside.
Known for the traditional Korean dress hanbok.
A 5,000 sq-ft traditional Korean gazebo with a small garden on the northeast corner of Olympic and Irolo. It is across the street from where Koreatown began with a Korean grocery store in the late 1960s.
A specialty Korean food store that sells jars of kimchi and bags of frozen handmade mandu (dumplings)
Sinulang All Kelang All-Family Restaurant” is located in southwest Koreatown. The Korean pronunciation of the restaurant’s name is “Shinoo-rahng, Olkeh-rahng”.
Hwasunji is a traditional Korean teahouse on Wilshire Boulevard.
Serves tea, coffee and misutgaru with traditional snacks (cookies and crackers).
Serves Korean dishes like samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup) and black goat stew. Most of the patrons are men who eat the goat meat for virility.
Open to 1:00 am on most days… open to 4:00 am on Thursday… Open 24 hours Friday and Saturday.
House specialty is Gamjatang (pork-bone soup). Menu also includes Budaejjigae, Ddeokbokki, Cold Noodles, Jjamppong, Seolleongtang, Kimchi Stew, Yukgaejang, Bibimbap and Dumplings.
Also known as Yimojip, Yimone is a Korean restaurant that specializes in Oyster Bossam (gul bossam) and Skatefish Jjim.