Flushing’s Korean Community
Friday, June 28, 2019 at 6PM
($20 per person, advanced registration is required)
Koreans are the premiere small businessmen and church builders of contemporary immigration. Their center of gravity has migrated away from Central Flushing and is now sprawling east along Northern Boulevard and to “Koran Villages” at LIRR stations. See surprising shops and churches. Eats include “BBQ” and “KFC.” This tour will meet in front of The Coop (133-42 39th Avenue #103, Flushing, NY 11354) and leave at 6PM. Queens Borough Historian Jack Eichenbaum will be at the restaurant at 5PM for Happy Hour, tour participants are welcome to join. The tour will conclude on Northern Boulevard in East Flushing. Participants can dine and/or shop there, returning on foot, bus, or LIRR.
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