Alex Ko

filmmaker

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Los Angeles filmmaker whose parents owned two businesses in Koreatown in 1992 (one was burned to the ground and the other was looted and destroyed during the riots)

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In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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Koreatown was officially designated an LA neighborhood in 1978.  It's five square miles just west of downtown, between Beverly and Olympic on the North and South and, roughly, between…

Koreatown

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