Ktown Night Market: Ramen Burgers Meet K-Pop in L.A. 

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This weekend a flurry of food, artists, vendors, and more swept through Koreatown with a colorful display of Korean culture with some local L.A. flair at the first Ktown Night Market. Each night was full of musical performances, games and prizes, shopping, socializing, and of course, eating! A delicious assortment of Korean cuisine including ramen burgers, musubi, and Korean barbecue just to name a few were all the rage and kept people coming back for more all weekend long. All photos by Sammi Cohen.
Published on April 23, 2014

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