4 Exciting New Korean Spots to Try

From a restaurant that blends Korean and Italian influences to homestyle dishes at Grand Central Market
Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • April 28, 2021
New-wave Korean restaurants are opening across the city as talented chefs prove there’s a lot more to their cuisine than bo ssam and bibimbap. From seasonal banchan to Korean-Italian mash-ups, here are four new spots that are bringing the glorious...
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