2023 Korean Culture Camp
Montgomery County Community College
Kids at the Korean culture camp experience Korean culture, which includes traditional toy games, Korean drum performances (known as "Nanta"), traditional Korean dance, folk songs, Taekwondo, art, Korean calligraphy, and folk games.
Students' Art Exhibition
in Senior Art Class
Penn Asian Jubilee Center
This program was created with support from the HTWM grant.
2022 PANSORI CONCERT
Penn Asian Evergreen Center
Oct 16th, Sunday 2 pm
KCul hosted a concert featuring the renowned pansori singer, Hee Won Park from Korea. The event was held as a part of KCul's ongoing efforts to promote Korean culture overseas. The concert was well received by an audience of 150 people and provided a unique opportunity for them to experience the traditional Korean music form of pansori.
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).
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 2023-2024 Kcul education programs!