New York's Korean city is situated on two roads beside the Empire State Building. Although it is not big, Korean restaurants, supermarkets, Korean brand cosmetics stores, etc. are all available. They want to eat Oriental food. Here is a good choice for the downtown area.
Very good places, you can eat Korean food, buy Korean brands, enjoy nightlife and sing karaoke (many places and restaurants are open 24 hours). But you know, there's only one block, which is out of proportion to the Korean immigrants in New York, and it's not a residential area where you can feel Korean culture in depth. But if you like Korean food or need Korean goods, this is a great choice.
Equivalent to Korean Chinatown, there are many restaurants.
The hotel is nearby, with several Korean restaurants and a Japanese restaurant. The popularity is very strong. Manhattan basically has lunch and dinner here for a few days. It's convenient to come here. Second, after ten days of Western food, it really misses the Oriental taste. The ingredients and taste are also first-class sticks, better than in Po County and China.
A lot of snacks in Korea, pass by to see the fun Smith Da.
There are several Korean barbecues and tofu meals on the edge of the Chinese city. Especially one chain store has special roasted wings and vinegar radish cured at home. From chef to waiter, they are all native speakers and can speak English. The taste is absolutely good. Customers are also mostly immigrants working and living in the city.
There are a lot of Koreans. I heard that a large number of young Koreans come to the United States to study.
There are some Korean restaurants near here. There are more Koreans.
South Korea City is very close to Times Square. Korean cuisine is very authentic fried rice cake. It's very spicy. I like it very much.