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Famous Korean Restaurants to Close

The Korea Times, Posted: Sep 05, 2009

LOS ANGELES, Calif. As consumers continued to cut back, popular restaurants in L.A.s Korean community are going out of business, reports The Korea Times. Tofu Village, a famous restaurant chain specializing in hot-sizzling tofu bowls, recently filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and Surabul, a Korean restaurant known for serving high quality Korean BBQ, closed its doors on August 24. The restaurants did everything they could do to weather the recession. They tried to renegotiate their loans, cut staff, and offered bargains to customers. But, they couldnt prevail, reports The Korea Times. According to the newspaper, dinning out is among the casualties of the on-going war against great recession and more Korean restaurants that have been hit hard are expected to follow the step.


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