San Francisco ‘Comfort Women’ Statue Now Open to Public

In 17 days since its unveiling ceremony on September 22, the “Comfort Women” memorial statue in St. Mary’s Square in San Francisco has finally...

44th LA Korean Festival Brought a Piece of Korea to LA

The 44th Los Angeles Korean Festival has ended, showing the power of diversity. Over the 4 days of the festival from October 12 through...

Learn about Attending a University in Korea as an International Student

45 universities in Korea are opening their gates to international students. These schools emphasize that students will get opportunities to learn about Korean culture,...

Zhoo…Way…Noh…Dig 

  A brightly colored poster with the Ojibwe phrase "Zhoo...Way...Noh...Dig" in children's handwriting hangs art the Indian Women's Resource Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This indigenous...

Korean Community Events in December

Tour Schedules - Dec. 4 - Seattle, WA - ShowboxSodo - Dec. 5 - San Francisco, CA - The Factory - Dec. 9 - Dallas, TX -...

Unique Father’s Day Weekend Events for Family

With the upcoming Father's Day Weekend, there will be many family events in the Orange County area. Below are some of the events we...

Hands Across Koreatown – A Calling for Unity

1992 Los Angeles Riots have left brutal scars on people from various ethnic groups. At the same time, the riots gave an opportunity to better...

Find Your Life Partner the Way You Want

When people think of “matchmaking,” the term often summons images of elders creating couples based on signs from the heavens or aunts trying to...

LAAPFF Portrays Korean Life and Culture in Various Forms

From a documentary film about North Korea to a film about struggling Asian American rappers, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival offers you a...

KCON NY Ends with 43 Thousand Visitors

KCON has wrapped up its annual convention in New York with success. On June 25th, CJ E&M announced that a total of 43 visitors...

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