Joe Seo

Actor

Actor and star of “Spa Night”

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Koreatown is a sprawling, urban polyglot of an area and it’s LA’s densest neighborhood. These days, it’s home to immigrants from just about everywhere.

‘Spa Night’: Struggling with gay identity in Koreatown

Koreatown is a sprawling, urban polyglot of an area and it’s LA’s densest neighborhood. These days, it’s home to immigrants from just about everywhere.

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