The New York Times tried its best with "Kimchi Alley," but that seems not to have stuck.
25 August 1980, New York
"I am afraid of the future here."
"That it will turn into Koreatown?" asks Mrs. Lee.
"No. there are some bad people who are around here," he answers. "It would be better if there were more Koreans."
(Main Street, Flushing-ed.)
28 November 1993, New York Times, Pg. CY20
CHINATOWN: SUNSET PARK
LITTLE INDIA: JACKSON HEIGHTS
LITTLE COLOMBIA: JACKSON HEIGHTS
19 October 1997, New York Times, pg. 265:
If Korean food is the next big thing in local ethnic dining, then West 32d Street is its ground zero
by Ruth Reichl
16 November 1997, New York Times, pg. SM58:
(Letter to editor-ed.)