Wilshire Center-Koreatown is a neighborhood on the northwest side of Los Angeles. Residents can take Hollywood Freeway or Rosa Parks Freeway to drive around the city, or utilize public transportation; bus stops sit on just about every corner and the neighborhood has a train line. 

The Koreatown part of Wilshire Center-Koreatown is known for its ethnic-inspired businesses. This area is the place to be if you love Korean food. However, it has a stronger Hispanic population than an Asian one. Residents enjoy this section of the neighborhood because of it's eclectic shopping and dining opportunities.

The Wilshire Center section of the neighborhood has a popular night life scene. Residents looking for a fun time have a variety of options, including wine bars, lounges and dive bars. If you don't feel like visiting one of these watering holes, then head over to the local movie theater to see the latest box office hits. Together, Wilshire Center-Koreatown is an energetic neighborhood with easy access to the city center. 

Seoul International Park is in the southern section of Wilshire Center-Koreatown and it's where residents go to enjoy the warm LA weather year round. 

Wilshire Center-Koreatown has a variety of schools in the neighborhood with programs for all age groups. There are also specialized institutions, such as art schools and law schools.