Koreatown is a term to describe the Korean ethnic enclave within a city or metropolitan area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koreatown"
Koreatown, also known as Wilshire Center, is a district in the city of Los Angeles, California. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koreatown, Los Angeles, California"
Koreatown, or K-town as it is colloquially known, is generally bordered by 31st and 36th Sts. and Fifth and Sixth Aves. Its prime location leads it to be easily overshadowed by nearby destinations like the Empire State Building and Macy's. The densest core of "K-town" is located on 32nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Broadway, and is officially named " Korea Way." ...more on Wikipedia about "Koreatown, Manhattan"
Toronto, Ontario, Canada's Korean Business Area, known more generally as Koreatown (or Korea Town), is centred along Bloor Street between Christie and Bathurst Streets. Also known as "Little Korea", Koreatown came into prominence during the summer of 2002 as the Korean team surprised everyone by playing into the semi-final round in the 2002 World Cup tournament. Traffic came to a halt on Bloor Street West as exuberant crowds celebrated the accomplishments of their favourite team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koreatown, Toronto"
The West End has become the hub of Korean activity, particularly among young exchange students and working vacationers. The area around Robson and Denman is rapidly gaining synergy as Koreatown; complete with numerous bars, restaurants, and shops. There are even a few temples, schools, and Korean civic organizations that serve the rapidly growing community. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koreatown, Vancouver"
Liberdade is the name of a district in São Paulo, Brazil. It contains the largest Japanese population (immigrants and descendants) outside of Japan. There are also other ethnic groups (mostly Asian) present in Liberdade, including overseas Chinese (both mainland Chinese and Taiwanese) and Koreans. The district is served by the São Paulo Metro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberdade"
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