Little Saigon and Otomisan in Boyle Heights are featured ^^^^
I’ll definitely watch when I get home
Thanks!! It got put on my radar from the kids at East Los Musubi! Will have to queue it up!
East Los Musubi
I so want to try the Hot Cheetos spam musubi!
I really love those two episodes.
I really really enjoyed the Boyle Heights episode.
I jumped to the Korean episode after Mix Mix episode. Both were new takes on Filipino and Korean food. They went to new places in the US that highlighted the diaspora. Never knew about the huge Asian population in northern Virginia. I like the show.
“We were about as Bangladeshi as Pee-Wee Herman.”
In the Virginia episode she said the area has the third-largest concentration of Koreans in the US, but I’m not sure where she got that.
Cities with significant Korean American populations represent municipalities with critical masses of Korean Americans in their total urban or suburban populations. Information is based on the 2005-2009 American Community Survey or as specified in each table. The list includes those who have emigrated from South Korea as well as Korean Americans of multiple generations. There are numbers of North Koreans living in the United States, despite North Korean citizens being unable to freely emigrate o...
Korean Americans are Americans of Korean ancestry (mostly from South Korea). In 2015, the Korean-American community constitutes about 0.56% of the United States population, or about 1.82 million people, and is the fifth-largest Asian Americans subgroup, after the Chinese Americans, Filipino Americans, Indian Americans, and Vietnamese Americans communities. The U.S. is home to the largest Korean diaspora community in the world.
According to the 2010 Census, there were approximately 1.7 million pe...