Apr 12, 2008

Chunju Han il Kwan - Koreatown, Los Angeles

 

Chunju Han il Kwan (or Chun Ju Han il Kwan) in December 2007. Located in a small shopping center in Koreatown. We had a hard time finding this place, because the restaurant name is written in Korean. There is no English, also there are a couple other Korean restaurants in the same shopping center, so if you are going this place, make sure you search a picture of the restaurant before you go.

When we were here, it was packed with Korean customers. Only a couple of waitresses speaks English. Food was great. What I was surprised by was only less than 3 minutes after we got our banchan we got all our food.




Lots of delicious banchan













marinated bean sprouts













Japchae













broccoli













oyster or squid or something like that.


























kimchi













egg













tiny fish













pickles













BBQ beef (bulgogi), $11.30













red bean rice













spicy mixed casserole with Spam, sausage & noodles, (Budae jjigae) $25













We never had this casserole before. Who's gonna put Spam and hot dogs and instant ramen together in a soup? There was also Korean mochi in it. We loved it.



























My menu and my husband's menu prices were different. One casserole price says $23.10, the other one says $22.20. But our check says $25. I don't get it.










Some of their other dinner menu items

































ChunJu Han Il Kwan
3450 W. 6th St. #106
Los Angeles, CA 90020

213-480-1799

http://www.yelp.com/biz/chunju-han-il-kwan-los-angeles

Chunju Han-Il Kwan on Urbanspoon

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