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Korean Restaurants in Los Angeles

Tom Armitage | Jan 25, 200101:49 PM     3

There’s a nice article on Koreatown by Linda Burum in the Calendar Weekend section of the Thursday, January 25 issue of the Los Angeles Times. Koreatown is a five-square-mile area bounded by Hoover St. on the east, Pico Blvd. on the south, Crenshaw Blvd. on the west, and Melrose Ave. on the north, described as the largest Korean enclave outside Asia, and containing 450 restaurants. You can access the L.A. Times Calendar Live section on the web at www.calendarlive.com. For some reason, my effort to provide a link using the more detailed address for the specific article was not successful.

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