Koreatown, just east of the greater Hancock Park area, straddles Wilshire Boulevard and is known for some of the best architectural gems of Los Angeles – as well as for having the highest concentration of restaurants and bars in our city.
LA Walks, de LaB, CicLAvia and the Open Streets Summit are offering an evening walking tour of Koreatown on April 4th, 5-9 pm to explore the architecture and life of Koreatown.
Los Angeles Walks is a pedestrian advocacy group that makes walking safe, accessible and fun for all Angelenos. They promote walking and pedestrian infrastructure in Los Angeles and foster the development of safe and vibrant environments for all pedestrians.
The Koreatown walking tour begins at The Line, a new mod hotel in the former location of The Terrace at 3515 Wilshire. The Line brings new life to the mid-century building designed by Daniel Mann Johnson + Mendenhall in 1964 that stands on the corner of Wilshire and Normandie. The tour will end at Lock & Key, a contemporary pub in Koreatown for the cocktail hour. A full itinerary will be available prior to the walk. Tickets are $10 and include a cocktail.
KOREATOWN WALKING TOUR
Friday, April 4
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm