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LA's Hello Kitty-fication is nearly complete. In anticipation of October's Hello Kitty Con at the MOCA, official hotel sponsor The Line Hotel in Koreatown is decking out some of its room with the non-cat's image. Los Angeles Times reports that additional branded touches will include "Hello Kitty art, a VIP lounge created by designer Sean Knibb" and "Hello Kitty Spam Musubi" (pictured) created by chef Roy Choi, who owns two restaurants at the hotel. Choi's spam treat will only be available on the room service menu for those who specifically book the "Hello Kitty Room." [LAT; Previously]