Top 20 Koreatown, Los Angeles vacation rentals & luxury serviced apartments
Described by GQ as 'LA's coolest neighbourhood', Koreatown's many bars and casual 24/7 dining certainly makes for a buzzing late-night scene. There are Korean BBQ restaurants with tabletop grills, plus karaoke joints, hip speakeasies and flashy clubs, as well as the landmark Wiltern Theatre, an art deco music venue. K-town’s dense mix of historic buildings and contemporary complexes also features traditional spas, bubble tea cafes and specialty grocery stores. This is a tri-lingual neighbourhood - you can expect to hear Korean, Spanish and English, and very often a mashup of all three. While LA has the US's largest Korean population and Koreans make up the largest nationality in the neighbourhood (22%, according to demographic analysis) most of the residents of Koreatown are in fact Latino: 58%.