Ham Ji Park

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101 Best Restaurants in L.A.: the Hall of Fame

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega, Brian Park • Los Angeles Times • December 12, 2019

. — B.A. 9023 Washington Blvd., Pico Rivera, dalrae.com (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) Ham Ji Park Ham Ji Park is famously home to one of Koreatown’s most enduring hangover remedies: the scarlet-red pork neck and potato stew called gamjatang. The broth

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Jonathan Gold's hangover helper: 9 dishes to help your morning after

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • December 29, 2017

serves its boat noodles without the organ meats too. 5183 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood; (323) 665-1035. Gamjatang The gamjatang at Ham Ji Park in Los Angeles. (Camellia Tse ) Is Korean cuisine unusually rich in soothing hangover remedies? It would seem so

. Jinro soju has long been the world’s most popular spirit brand, according to the Spirits Business trade publication. Could one cure lie in Ham Ji Park’s gamjatang? The scarlet, sputtering-hot soup, made with potatoes and meaty neckbones, certainly feels

Jonathan Gold returns to Pico Boulevard and finds a great hangover cure

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 8, 2016

accompaniment to goat stew. It was the year I learned to eat. A couple of weeks ago, I wandered into Ham Ji Park for what must have been the 30th time, a battered Korean restaurant that hadn’t been around during my long-ago year on Pico, but feels as if it might

have been. Like most of the better places in Koreatown, the restaurant has a lengthy menu but in fact specializes in just a couple of things: grilled pork ribs and the pork-neck chowder called gamjatang.  The pork-neck chowder gamjatang at Ham Ji Park

You’re probably going to want to try Gus’s Fried Chicken

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 7, 2016

ribs from Ham Ji Park and the Guatemalan black-clam cocktails from La Cevicheria. It is surrounded by both churches and nightlife. The residential streets paralleling Crenshaw are a fantasyland of turn-of-the-century Los Angeles architecture; on the

Seven great places for congee

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 8, 2016

military stew you get at Chunju Han-il Kwan, or maybe at Roy Choi’s Pot. Or the potato-pork neck soup you find at Yangji or Ham Ji Park. Or that giant crab pot at Ondal 2. Or the shabu-shabu-like jing-gee skhan at Seoul Garden. Actually, unlike the dozens