Korean Celebrity Hot Spots Every generation, fans follow handsome young boyband groups with an almost cult-like following. The phenomenon of Kpop’s popularity has bought South Korean artists to the mainstream in the United States. With so many Kpop artist touring in the United States it’s no longer difficult to see them in concert. However, where can you see the artist hanging out during their downtime. … Continue reading Kpop Artist Hangouts In L.A.
Free Hands-On Science Exhibits Because of the holidays, many people have family and friends coming into town. The California Science Center provides ways to learn science hands-on, and in a fun environment. What’s really great is the Science Center offers free general admission to their science exhibits. Their mission: “We Aspire To Stimulate Curiosity and Inspire Science Learning In Everyone by Creating Fun, Memorable Experiences.” They … Continue reading California Science Center Exploration
All You Can Eat BBQ and Heyri Coffee Before the weather completely changes and my tastebuds switches to soups I visited another Korean BBQ restaurant in Koreatown. The most recent restaurant is a little different as it’s not located directly on Wilshire Blvd. Oo-Kook specializes in an all you can eat Korean BBQ, with various servings of banchan. Oo-Kook BBQ I met up with my … Continue reading Oo-kook Korean BBQ and Coffee
Avital Food Tour: Koreatown I decided to go to a Korean food tour for two reasons; I could visit new restaurants and meet new people who loved Korean food. I booked Avital Tours after a quick google search of Korean food tours in Los Angeles. I choose Avital because they make exceptions for food allergies (I have a shellfish allergy) and I could learn more … Continue reading K-Town Food Tour Review
Skirball: Fraggle Rock & Noah’s Ark We started our day rather early, meaning we were up and out the door by 9:30 a.m. After reading reviews online the best advice stated to go early in the morning. My sister and I were glad that we did because there was plenty to see and we beat the crowds. Exhibitions The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited Jim … Continue reading Skirball Cultural Center Experience
Panel Sessions Key Takeaways Since 2012 KCON Los Angeles has held a convention showcasing talented Korean artist, producers, and companies. This year KCON was held from August 10-12th at the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown L.A. KCON hosts three full days of panel discussions along with K-pop concerts held in the evening on Saturday and Sunday. A brief introduction of … Continue reading KCON L.A. Panel Sessions Experience
Korean Food, Cafe’s, And Historic LandmarksI don’t know where to begin with discussing this sub-city of Los Angeles. I first discovered that Los Angeles has the largest Koreatown in the United States a little after I went to my first Korean BBQ restaurant.Before I started enjoying Korean BBQ I would drive through the sub-cities like Little Tokyo, Little Italy, and Little Ethiopia and never stop … Continue reading 24 Hours in L.A.’s Koreatown
2018 Changwon Kpop World Festival Recap Earlier this month the K-pop dance and vocal academy commenced. The Academy was hosted by the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and the Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music. The Academy consisted of a two-week dance and vocal training courses. There were a total of 80 entries in the Los Angeles area alone. After completing the academy the … Continue reading K-Pop World Festival L.A. Finals
Best Breakfast Eateries Around Los Angeles I want to share my list of the best breakfast eateries in Los Angeles and its surrounding neighborhoods. I have chosen these restaurants based on their price, customer service and quality of food. Here’s a list of my local favorites places to eat: Los Angeles Airport The Coffee Company Location: 8751 La Tijera Blvd., Westchester, CA 90045 By far … Continue reading The 7 Best Breakfast Eateries Around L.A.
“Movement Korea” Performance Recap Besides mathematics, I believe one of the other languages that connect people is music. Gwanggaeto Samulnori Art Company has performed in 20 countries promoting Korean traditional entertainment. I attended their latest project: 2018 LA Ari Project “Movement Korea” at the Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The night began with rhythmic music filling the Ari Hall theatre. There were five selections this … Continue reading Traditional Korean Music And Dance Performances