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Koreatowns are ethnic Korean enclaves outside of the Korean Peninsula. They're often called Little Koreas or Little Seouls. In the United States, there are around ten established Koreatowns in major cities like New York, Oakland, Atlanta, Chicago, and Dallas, and smaller metropolitan areas like Annandale, Virginia, and Aurora, Colorado. Many Koreatowns were founded during the 1960s after the US relaxed immigration laws, although some are relatively newer, only growing significantly in the 80s and 90s. Tourists flock to Koreatowns for the restaurants, karaoke bars, Korean grocery stores, electronics vendors, and other commercial enterprises.

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