A popular restaurant at LA’s Koreatown will be closed indefinitely after incurring heavy fire damage over the weekend.
The fire broke out inside OB Bear on Sunday morning, burning its walls and furniture in the front, Korea Daily reported. Soon after the incident, images of the damage emerged on social media.
‘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.
The LAPD is looking for three men who ransacked and stole cash from two Korean restaurants that were open for business Monday night.
The suspects distracted employees and got away with $3,500 in cash from Chef Kang Sul Box and $2,800 from Shuto, according to CBS Los Angeles. They also took car keys, credit cards, checks and the keys to both restaurants.
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.
An unnamed woman with an angelic voice has gone viral for her impromptu performance at a Metro line in Koreatown.
The mesmerizing moment was captured on video by an LAPD officer at the Wilshire/Normandie Purple Line Metro station in Koreatown, Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday evening.
Fans of Kacey Musgraves have been flocking to a small photo shop run by a Vietnamese immigrant in Koreatown in Los Angeles.
Tom’s One Hour Photo, which was already in danger of closing, suddenly had an influx of customers after the country singer promoted it on her social media.
A new museum celebrating the Korean American heritage is set to start construction next year in Los Angeles’ Koreatown.
Scheduled to be built by early 2022, the Korean American National Museum will be situated on the corner of Vermont and Sixth Street, a property currently being utilized by the Department of Transportation as a 57-space parking lot.
SWAT operatives discovered an illegal gambling operation in Koreatown, Los Angeles during a raid around 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
According to LA police, the activity was busted after SWAT acted on a search warrant served to a building located in the 200 block of N. Vermont Avenue. The site was formerly the Joomaum Church, ABC7 reports.
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.”
Hi Duk Lee, a business owner and visionary who is credited with building Los Angeles’ iconic Koreatown, has died aged 79.
Lee passed away on March 7 after a six-month battle with colon cancer, the Los Angeles Times reports. A private Korean ceremony was held on March 14, in which around 100 people gathered to honor the life of the pioneer.
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.