This is not the only Koreatown in New York City -- in fact, there are more Korean-owned businesses in Manhattan K-Town than there are Koreans who reside here. Another center is in Flushing, Queens, which also has a large Chinese population. There's ongoing foodie debate about which K-Town has better eats, Flushing versus Manhattan.
New York City is home to the second-largest Korean population in the United States, but it's Los Angeles that has the largest Korean population and K-Town. Learn about North America's Koreatowns in Los Angeles, as well as other cities throughout North America, including Washington D.C., Chicago, and Toronto.