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Plush Mattress in Koreatown

Coratoon borders have changed over time, due to economic factors, discrimination in housing and demographic changes. In the early 1900s, the Koreans gathered around the center of the city of Bunker Hill in Los Angeles. This housing peculiarity was conditioned by the laws of racial interactions that limited them in low-income and messy areas. In the 1930's, the Koreans moved to Jefferson Boulevard western and Vermont avenues. The next major change in geographical borders began in the 1960s. When the African-Americans grew up in the south of Los Angeles, middle-class white Americans began to move from the average area of Wilshire. The north of the Olympic Boulevard has been moved from the white suburbs to the people of Asia. This area became the basis for the Korean community of the Americans, although the borders of different sources were determined for the city of Korea (see Figure 3).

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