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‘Asians are dirty as a mother f***er’: Man Caught Targeting Koreatown Store Cashier With Racist Rant

An unidentified man was recently captured on camera verbally assaulting a woman behind the counter of a Koreatown convenience store with a racist rant.

The unnamed man in the video can be heard yelling at the woman behind the counter at the Metro Fresh on Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles saying, “Asians are dirty as a mother f***er,” according to the video post by an anonymous user via Jackfroot.

Bong Joon-ho and ‘Parasite’ Cast Party Until 5 in the Morning at LA’s Koreatown

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After making history at the Oscars, the cast and production of Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite” had every reason to party until dawn.

The South Korean dark comedy thriller took home Best Picture, Best Director (Bong), Best International Feature Film and Best Original Screenplay (Bong, Han Jin-won). They won four Oscars out of six total nominations, becoming the toast of Hollywood.

Super Petty Fight Over Parking Spot in Koreatown Blows TF Up on Twitter

A woman is going viral for her hilarious Twitter thread documenting a dramatic standoff between two cars fighting for the same parking spot in Koreatown, Los Angeles that lasted for over an hour.

Everything kicked off around 6:30 p.m. on April 1st when Twitter user @Mrhflrs shared a photo showing two cars, blocking traffic as they both attempted to squeeze into the same parking spot, writing, “This car is blocking this other car from grabbing this prime spot. It’s already been 10 minutes.”

LA Koreatown Residents Protest Against Homeless Shelter in Parking Lot Near Schools

Residents of Koreatown in Los Angeles have voiced out their objection against a planned temporary homeless shelter on a city-owned parking lot by organizing a protest on Sunday.

According to the protesters, the chosen spot at the heart of Koreatown (in 682 S. Vermont Ave) was in close proximity to local schools. They were also concerned that the temporary facility could mean less business for companies in the area, ABC reports.