김밥천국 opened in May 2013. Kimbab Chunkuk = Kimbap Cheonguk. KIMBAP PARADISE on Vermont Avenue, Koreatown, Los Angeles.
Located on Olympic Boulevard, JUN WON is a highly rated store for the purchase of banchan (Korean side dishes).
만덕이네 (식당-한식). Small family-run Korean restaurant in Southwest Koreatown.
Korean restaurant in southwest Koreatown. Among its specialties are deer meat (venison) BBQ and naengmyeon.
Located in the southwest region of Koreatown. Opened by Chef Sang Hun Lee in May 1983.
“Baek Ha Chong” Korean restaurant, in the southwest region of Koreatown. Korean and basic English are spoken. Open 11am to 11pm, Monday to Sunday. – – – Baek Hwa Family Restaurant. Beak Wha Gombo Restaurant. Health rating of A (93) as of 09/21/2012.
Restaurant famously run by North Koreans who’ve left that country. Specialty: Soondae (blood sausages) Health rating of A as of 09/27/2012. “U Hyang Soon Dae” where Arirang restaurant used to be.
Mat Go-uhl is a small eatery serving Korean dishes such as pork bulgogi, dwenjang-jjigae, haemul pajeon, japchae, jengban memil guksu, ddukbokki, dongtae-jigae, kimchi stew, al-tang, ddukbaegi bulgogi, galbi-tang, bugo-guk, yukkaejang, dolsot bibimbap, undaegu-jorim, godeungo-jorim, galchi-jorim, and kodari-jjim.
“Sin Jung” on 6th & Kenmore. Poorly rated Korean restaurant with all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu for 19.99 Health rating of B (82) as of 02/05/2013.
Located on Olympic by Catalina, Surawon is a Korean restaurant whose house specialty is Seolleong-tang.