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What to do in LA's Koreatown
The LINE Hotel is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

1. The LINE Hotel

8.7
3515 Wilshire Blvd (at Normandie Ave), Los Angeles, CA
Hotel · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 70 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: If you're staying here, you've got a lot of reasons to hang around the hotel: beautiful views, a great bar, and a tech-outfitted room. Read more.

Wi Spa is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

2. Wi Spa

8.5
2700 Wilshire Blvd (at S Rampart Blvd), Los Angeles, CA
Spa · MacArthur Park · 80 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: Wi Spa is one of the newest spas in the 'hood and it has modern conveniences like WiFi, plus five restaurants, while still offering the trappings of a traditional Korean spa. Read more.

Lock & Key is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

3. Lock & Key

7.0
239 S Vermont Ave (at 3rd St), Los Angeles, CA
Speakeasy · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 51 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: Ktown's got speakeasy-style drinking (R Bar, anyone?). Lock & Key now has food service (that's rumored to be pretty good), so that puts it at the top of the list for us. Read more.

Wilshire Boulevard Temple is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

4. Wilshire Boulevard Temple

3663 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Synagogue · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 1 tip

CurbedCurbed: Built in 1929, the building holds murals and "the most important organ in the West by people who know about organs." Pop in or attend one of their many events to get a better look. Read more.

Mountain Cafe is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

5. Mountain Cafe

3064 W 8th St (at Berendo St), Los Angeles, CA
Korean Restaurant · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 17 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: Insomniacs, drunks, and jetlagged travelers will never be forced to eat food from a gas station or Denny's in this neighborhood. Read more.

Pollo A La Brasa is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

6. Pollo A La Brasa

8.7
764 S Western Ave (Western Ave & 8th St), Los Angeles, CA
South American Restaurant · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 48 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken from Spanish-speaking, Korean restaurateurs—nothing encapsulates the full-on melting pot of the neighborhood like this place. Get fries and ají (salsa-like sauce). Read more.

CGV Cinemas is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

7. CGV Cinemas

7.0
621 S Western Ave (at Wilshire Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA
Movie Theater · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 32 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: A clean, quiet, relatively little-trafficked theater that shows mainstream and Korean films (with English subtitles). Even when it's full, this hidden gem is quiet, clean, and comfortable. Read more.

Papa Cristo's Catering & Greek Taverna is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

8. Papa Cristo's Catering & Greek Taverna

8.8
2771 W Pico Blvd (at Normandie Ave), Los Angeles, CA
Greek Restaurant · Pico Union · 56 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: If the Korean and American snacks in your minibar aren't your style, stock up on imported Greek olive oils, vinegars, cheeses, and pastries at this iconic Byzantine-Latino-Quarter eatery and market. Read more.

Beer Belly is one of What to do in LA's Koreatown.

9. Beer Belly

532 S Western Ave (btwn 5th & 6th St), Los Angeles, CA
Bar · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 131 tips and reviews

CurbedCurbed: This spot in the back of a parking lot on Western lets guests vote on the tunes and has craft beers on tap. Their bar food is better than most; the mac and cheese is highly recommend. Read more.