Uniquely sweet, salty, and sticky, with a notable moistened crunch.
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The Korean business class traveler struck a flight attendant in the face after deeming his ramen "too salty half-cooked."
The guide to Korean restaurants in L.A. is more representative than comprehensive, eschewing more of KTown for a regional overview.
And with it, widespread Westside dreams of a flourishing Korean food scene.
This should be the Westside's strongest contender for a solid Korean barbecue option yet.
My, how the food court has changed.
The restaurant serves tableside prime cuts, along with a menu of traditional cuisine.
The popular and inexpensive all-you-can-eat restaurant is now supporting a sequel down the street.
The restaurant comes from owners of Ginseng and Kimchi on the Vegas Strip.
The singer considered suing, but really just wants to dance.
The disgraced superstar currently owns the hottest restaurant in Koreatown, and pleads for forgiveness on T.V.
If eating seafood delicacies that are still living or, at least appear as if they are, happens to be up your alley, this city has you covered.
The biggest Korean festival in Los Angeles is here again.
Tonight, The Great Food Truck Race winner will offer its non-tubular creations.
A perfect first step into nine essential Korean restaurants, whether pork, seafood, or banchan are on the brain.
Rosemead's new Sichuan earns mighty accolades for its hand-cut noodles and six-spice broth.
The restaurant opens September 25.
El Cholo and Papa Cristo's will add some diversion from the galbi.
A new pizza place, inspired by 800 Degrees, is also about a week away for its debut.