Myungin Dumpling Restaurant For Sale?
It appears so, according to a Konglish retail sale listing drafted by a non-native speaker of English.
Famous Dumpling Restaurant in Korea Town
Showcased on CNN
Simple Menu, Low Food Cost!
Yelp Review 4 Stars!
60% Asian, 40% International Mix Customer.
60% Togo Orders.
Monthly Sales: $60,000
Monthly Net: $12,000
Building Size:1,000 SF
Property Use Type:Business For Sale
Yup, all signs point to the small average eatery Myungin Dumplings that for some weird reason was featured on CNN by that know-nothing asshole Anthony Bourdain, along with Sizzler and Jollibee, on a “Koreatown” episode that was less than half about Koreatown, and more about blowhards who know little about Koreatown but happen to have Korean surnames, Hispanic lowriders in East L.A., and some food truck based in Culver City or somewhere that rarely even bothered to come to Koreatown.
Speculation for the reason for Myungin’s sale? Lots. It could be anything. The owner is going back to China because Koreatown is so dead these days? It’s time for him to repay some big debt? He’s simply going into retirement? He’s going back to China because of a death in the family? He’s moving to New York? To Chicago? (Hot tip: Koreatown in Chicago is booming!)
China is pretty hot these days too. Is he moving back to China? How can his dumplings compete with the Chinese?? Will he be selling them kimchi dumplings? Myungin does have kimchi dumplings, right? Will we make his own kimchi in China? If he’s going back to China?
Since Koreatown will soon be practically owned by China, does he have to go back to China? If it really is that he’s going back to China? He’s not being deported, is he?
3109 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006