Koreatown NYC is in Manhattan around West 32nd St between Broadway and Fifth Avenue.
There are great Korean BBQ restaurants, karaoke, dessert shops, spas, and even some hotels. The New York home of Korean chaebol multinationals has full support for the complex socializing rituals that go with doing business in Asia.
The main Korean town in Metropolitan New York City is Fort Lee, Bergen County, New Jersey (just across the George Washington Bridge).
It’s just south of the Empire State Building.
Broadway | Koreatown | Fifth Ave
Some of the neighborhood extends over to Madison Ave.
(B)(D)(F)(M)(N)(Q)(R)(W) to 34th St – Herald Square and walk two blocks
(6) to 33rd St and walk two blocks
Things to Do in Koreatown
The main action is on 34th St between Broadway and Fifth Avenue, but extends over to Madison. It’s most beautiful at dusk when the store signage lights up.
34th St between Sixth and Madison is an Open Street for pedestrians.
The H Mart Korean grocery store has good meat for parrilla because BBQ is a Korean tradition.
You can make a unique date all in Koreatown with dinner, dessert, drinks, karaoke, a massage and a hotel.