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KTOWN Night Market Reveals Full Food Lineup, Includes The Official Ramen Burger™

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The first KTOWN Night Market happens next weekend and they've finally unveiled their full food lineup, including the original (accept no imitations) Ramen Burger™ from Keizo Shimomato and Table 13 from Brian Huskey of Top Chef fame. Also on the slate are a wide range of local and Korean musicians and performers, including many up-and-coming Kpop stars.

The free event happens April 18 and 19 at the Robert F. Kennedy Community where Kpop fans get to meet up and also to watch performances from dance troupes and the likes of Lydia Paek and Z-Hera. Food vendors include a whole Food Truck Alley curated by Seoul Sausage Company, dedicated to your favorite meals on wheels and featuring the winners of the first three seasons of Food Network's The Great Food Truck Race. There was a competition for a food truck to join the alley and Carb & Nation snagged the spot; it's a local peddler of artisanal sandwiches and craft sodas.

Visitors will also have a wide array of booths from which they can get their weekend shopping done, including a jewelry, art, and clothing retailers. We might be spending most of our time at the tokidoki booth.

For a full list of vendors and performers, you can check out the KTOWN Night Market website.

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KTOWN Night Market will take place at 701 S Catalina St. in Koreatown on April 18 from 4 p.m. to midnight and April 19 from 2 p.m. to midnight

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