Koreatown is the most densely populated district in Los Angeles County, with 120,000 residents in 2.7 square miles.  Despite a name that evokes a traditional ethnic enclave, the community is complex and has an impact on areas outside its traditional boundaries.  While the neighborhood culture has historically been oriented to the Koreaton immigrant population, the community his highly diverse, with half the residents being Latino and a third being Asian.  Two thirds of residents were born outside the United States, a high figured compared to the rest of the city. (Source: Wikipedia)

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