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Foodies have been flocking to Koreatown in droves over the past few years, anointing it L.A.'s newest culinary mecca. And why not? Smokey barbecue joints, the divey-est dives, and a bit of the gastro new wave all call the cool K-Town home. It's an exciting time to dine in the neighborhood, where old and new mingle, and ancient hole-in-the-wall spots stand stalwart next to the new up-and-comers. So, whether you need a cold glass of soju or a perfectly tender macaron, we have you covered. Here's the ultimate rundown of where to go in this Mid-Wilshire historic enclave!
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