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Madang Mall

Madang Korean Mall in Koreatown LA

Shopping and entertainment complex located just north of Wilshire Boulevard on the western side of Western Avenue. Directory of tenants.

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Paris Baguette – Madang

Paris Baguette: Madang Courtyard: Western, Wilshire 2012

On the ground floor of the Madang Complex… Korean-inspired French-style pastries…

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SM Town Museum

SM Town Museum, Koreatown LA

Museum of South Korean entertainment corporation known for slave contracts and legal disputes with trainees and contract celebrities.

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Slurpin’ Ramen Bar

Slurpin' Ramen Bar on 8th Street

At the Oxford Center Plaza on 8th Street. Also has takoyaki on the menu.

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Choice Music Kpop Store

Choice Records: Kpop Albums Store in Koreatown LA

Small shop on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria with good prices on a vast selection of Kpop CDs and Kdrama DVDs

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The Spoon

The Spoon: Italian Fusion Restaurant

Korean-run Italian fusion restaurant with a menu focused on pasta and pizza. Does serve kimchi pilaf and ddeokbokki.

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Galleria Market

Asian Grocery Store: Koreatown Galleria Market

The large Asian supermarket downstairs of the Koreatown Galleria mall on the southeast corner of Western & Olympic.

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Tous Les Jours – Western

Tous Les Jours Bakeshop on Western Avenue in LA

Second branch in Koreatown of the South Korean bakeshop chain TLJ. Located at California Marketplace (Gaju Market) on Fifth and Western.

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Koreatown Galleria

Koreatown Galleria: Mall on Olympic / Western

Korean mall with an upstairs food court and downstairs a supermarket and a bakery… On the corner of Western Avenue with Olympic Boulevard… Pedestrian entrance is on Olympic.

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The Face Shop @ Madang Mall

The Face Shop: Natural Story

One of two currently open locations of The Face Shop in the Koreatown LA area.

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Chocolate Chair @ Madang Plaza

Chocolate Chair

Located inside The Face Shop of Madang Plaza on Western Avenue. Serves nitrogen ice-cream, patbingsu (shaved-ice with red beans) and coffee.

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H Mart

Hmart Korean Supermarket

Part of a nationwide American chain of Korean-focused Asian supermarkets established in 1982.

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Mister Bossam

Mister Bossam & Cheese Deung Galbi

Opened in December 2014 in the old space of Yongdudong Baby Octopus at Lux Plaza.

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New Seoul Hotel

New Seoul Hotel on Olympic

Clean, affordable Korean-run hotel with restaurant. Has a parking lot with security. Located on Olympic Boulevard, a few steps east of Vermont Avenue.

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Wiches on Wilshire

Wiches on Wilshire

Korean-operated shop focused on sandwiches and bagels.

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Beverly Soon Tofu Restaurant

Beverly Soondubu Restaurant

Korean restaurant whose specialty is soondubu jjigae (soft-tofu stew). Open Monday-Sunday, 10:30 am – 10:30 pm.

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Coco Nail

Coco Nail Salon on Western Avenue

Nail salon in the space formerly occupied by Cindy Cho Aveda on the ground floor of the Solair building on the northeast corner of Wilshire & Western.

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Green Dry Cleaners

Green Dry Cleaners: 4th & Western

Korean drycleaning business on the northwest corner of 4th & Western

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Ktown Authentic Korean Food

Ktown Authentic Korean Food

Korean food stall inside the H-Mart supermarket at the Madang Mall on Western Avenue.

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Nature Republic

Nature Republic: Koreatown LA Store 2015

화장품 업체 네이처 리퍼블릭

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Consulate General of South Korea

Flag of South Korea

Generally open Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. * Korea established diplomatic relations with the United States on May 22, 1882. Five stories. Built in 1956. No retrofit.

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