June 27, 2024 at The Pierre NYC


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New Jersey New Jersey hosts one of the largest Korean populations in the United States, totaling 100,643 individuals. A significant majority, 62%, reside in Bergen County. The neighborhoods of Palisade Park, Fort Lee, Edgewater, Ridgefield, Leonia, and Englewood have the highest

Houston 6,635 Koreans live in the Houston metropolitan area, mainly in Harris and Fort Bend Counties. Among various neighborhoods, Spring Branch has the highest concentration of Koreans in the Houston area.

D.C. Metropolitan Area The Washington metropolitan area encompasses the District of Columbia and nearby parts of Maryland and Virginia. Currently, the area is home to 85,140 Koreans. Within this demographic, 4.29% live in the District of Columbia, 70.29% reside in Virginia,

Los Angeles The Los Angeles metropolitan area is home to 333,569 Koreans with the 95% of the Korean population residing in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and San Bernardino County. Key neighborhoods with significant Korean communities include Koreatown in Los Angeles along

Chicago The Chicago metropolitan area is home to 51,317 Koreans, the majority of whom (70%) reside in Cook County and the city of Chicago itself. Albany Park, North Park, and West Ridge are the neighborhoods with the highest concentration of Korean residents.

San Francisco The San Francisco metropolitan area houses 76,586 Koreans. Among them, 26% reside in Alameda County, 14% in Contra Costa County, 16% in San Francisco County, and the largest portion, 44%, in Santa Clara County. Neighborhoods such as Sunset District,