Koreatown, or K-Town, is the part of a city where you'll find many Korean-owned businesses, including restaurants. There are several Koreatowns throughout North America, where you'll find mouthwatering Korean food
- Koreatown, Los Angeles: Los Angeles is home to the largest number of residents of Korean ancestry, and its Koreatown is the most extensive. It's in the Mid-Wilshire area. Here's a listing of Korean restaurants in Los Angeles Ktown.
- Koreatown, New York City: There are actually two Koreatowns in New York City, one in Manhattan, and one in Flushing Queens. More about New York's Koretowns.
- Koreatown, Annandale, Virginia: This is the Koreatown for Washington, D.C., the US metro area with the third-largest Korean population. Here's Yelp's listings for Korean restaurants in Annandale.
- Koreatown, Chicago: Chicago's Koreatown is in the Albany Park neighborhood. Yelp's listings for Korean restaurants in Albany Park.
- Koreatown, Toronto, Canada: Koreatown is on Bloor Street West, between Bathurst and Christie Streets. There's a second Koreatown around Yonge and Finch streets. Here's Toronto Life's compilation of Korean restaurants.