Toyko has Roppongi, Los Angeles has Koreatown, both famous nightlife
districts with so much neon that the clubs can be seen from space.
However, to get into some of the clubs with secretive admission
policies, you might need to be James Bond. If you don't like to dance,
you can get on stage at the Brass Monkey on Wilshire, the Carnegie Hall
of karaoke bars; or play Korean pool (billiards) and then sing karaoke
at Vermont Karaoke and Billiards. When late-night hunger sets in, head
to Hodori Restaurant on South Vermont for spicy tofu and barbecue pork.
But Koreatown does more than dance, drink and eat spicy food. Los
Angeles has the largest Korean community outside of Asia and he heart
it a 20-by-20 block area also known as Wilshire Center. Anything you
buy in Korea, you can buy in K-Town.
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