2022 KOREAN CULTURE DAY
Experience Korean Culture:
North Wales Library
June 25th, Saturday11 am ~ 3 pm
Enjoy Korean culture with your Family!
Seeing: Korean dance, taekwondo, stick art, and Art exhibition
Listening: Assorted drums, folk songs, ocarina
Eating: Various Korean food markets such as kimbap, japchae, tteokbokki, pajeon (Korean Pancake), etc.
Folk Game: Ttakji-chigi (Korean folk game with folded paper), Jegichagi (hacky sack),dalgona pulling
2021 MUSIC CONCERT
Heart of Korea:
November 6th, Saturday 4:30 AM
KCul will host the music concert 'Heart of Korea: Tradition-Transformation' with the well-known 3 traditional musicians from Korea (Pansori, Haegeum, Gayaguem) and a 5-member band from Chicago and Philadelphia (The band will re-arrange and perform Korean traditional music in jazz style).
MUSIC JAM WITH KOREAN & AMERICAN MUSICIANS
December 19, Saturday
This event was created to share a heartfelt message of hope with people who are overcoming difficult times with the unprecedented pandemic and ultimately as a source of entertainment. We will ask for each other's best regards, share hope, and exchange joy through music.
STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL GRANT WRITING SEMINAR
November 14, Saturday
More than 1,000 Korean American nonprofit organizations and associations, large and small, are active in the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania region. Among them, there are many organizations that are not receiving all the benefits due to lack of knowledge about government and private grants.
BONGSAN TALCHUM 2019
Korean Traditional Mask Dance and Drama
October 31, 2019 at Flushing Town Hall, NY
November 2, Penn Asian Evergreen Center, Philadelphia
Talchum is a traditional performance describing Korean people's rough but healthy emotions with dance movements. Bongsan Talchum is not just dances performed by masked dancers but also include significant dramatic content with masked
characters portraying .......
HEART OF KOREA 2018
Korean Traditional Music, Dance and Pansori
October 27th Sat, 2018
Painted Bride Art Center
The Heart of Korea is a feast of Korea’s traditional dance, music and Hanbok fashion show. The program is organized to appreciate the soft melody and dynamic rhythm of Korean traditional percussion and to give the audience a taste of grace and mystery in Korean dance.
The Korean Cultural Foundation (KCul) invites those with a love for Korea and a passion for our heritage to become a part of our growing and vibrant organization.
Road Scholar Trip
Explore Your Interests and Experience Korea ! We offer educational travel adventures to Korea.
Bring friends and colleagues to the 2021 Kcul education programs!