ABOUT US

Our Story

inclusive and multi-cultural societies, and as such is invaluable for building Asian-American.


believe that culture engages and inspires people to transcend boundaries. The connecting power of culture is essential for creating open,


 

WE

Korean traditional Hanbok fashion show at Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Korean Cultural Foundation  

bridges

to assist in fostering a better understanding of the Korean culture and to help reduce the gap between first, second, and third generations in the Korean community.

promotes

to preserve and promote Korean culture and heritage; develop Korean cultural activities that is appropriate for the local community.

values

to find the identity of Korean American

Member of Directors and Advising Bodies

Advisory Director

Honorary Chair:David Oh (City Council of Philadelphia)

Harris Baum (Honorary Consul General for the Republic of Korea, Attorney )
Hong Tack Chung (Former Chairman, Philip Jaisohn Foundation)
John Um (Chairman, Korean Heritage Research association, USA INC)
Jongmoo J Choi (Professor, Temple University)
Frank Chance (Adjunct Associate Professor of Center for East Asian Studies, U Penn)

Young Kim (President)
Julie Gittelman (Artist Director)
Jian Seol (Education)
Christie Chung (Secretary) 
John Song (Event)
Insook Seol (Executive Director)
Herb White (Public Relations)
Hank Yoo (Treasurer)
Arrie Chang (Program)

George Klales (Volunteer)

Miji Ryu (Secretary)

Member of Director

Staff

Julie Gittelman

julie.gittelman@kculfoundation.org

Insook Seol 

koreanartist@gmail.com


Arrie Chang (Program Director)

ed7485@gmail.com

Christie Chung

info@kculfoundation.org

Jian Seol 

kculnykoreanschool@gmail.com