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Celebrating Parents’ Day, Councilwoman Heather Hutt donates $100k to Koreatown Senior Center

In celebration of Parents' Day (May 8 is Parents' Day in Korea), the Koreatown Senior & Community Center held the '2024 Parents' Day Big...

KACCLA elects sole candidate CPA Dongwan Chong as 48th president

Dongwan Chong, president of DWC Accountancy Corp, has been elected as the 48th president of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles...

Seniors feel terrified on Metro, facing dangers with no staff in sight

On April 22, a man suddenly stabbed a woman in the neck with a knife on the subway at the Universal/Studio City station on...

Movement for reinstalling landmark sculptures in Koreatown gains traction

After the Korea Daily reported that a sculpture representing LA Koreatown had been removed without the knowledge of the Korean-American community and placed in...

Missing Koreatown sculptures found in city storage amid vandalism and neglect

The city government's responsibility for maintaining the symbols and signs that mark LA Koreatown has been called into question as they have been left...

Koreatown asks LA Mayor Karen Bass to take action on public safety concerns

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass and LAPD Interim Chief Dominic Choi visited the Korean American Federation of Los Angeles (KAFLA) on the morning of...

LA’s newest bus shelter unveiled at Koreatown’s Olympic and Western avenue

LA's newest bus stop shelters will be installed for the first time in Koreatown. On April 9, StreetsLA, a program of the City of Los...

Library in Koreatown faces operational crisis amid aging board and volunteer shortage

The Pio Pico - Koreatown Branch Library, a nearly 50-year-old institution, is currently facing an operational crisis due to an aging board and a...

Restaurants selling Jjajangmyeon under $10 are emerging in LA Koreatown

In an era of $20 lunches due to lunch inflation, restaurants in LA's Koreatown selling Jjajangmyeon, or black bean noodles, for under $10 have...

LAPD Olympic Station’s Korean interpretation service crowded on day one

Youngho Kim, 60, who lives in Los Angeles, headed to the Olympic Police Station on April 1. He didn't fear the language barrier as Korean...
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