|KCCLA is operated by the Korean government’s Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. Its mission is to broaden Korea-U.S. relations through cultural and educational activities. KCCLA sponsors and hosts an assortment of activities, including art exhibitions, state performances, film screenings, traditional music and dance events, Korean food festivals, lectures, and sporting events. It also supports the Korea Academy for Educators’ efforts to hold Saturday workshops and five-day seminars on Korean history and culture. A museum displays a permanent collection of historical and contemporary Korean artifacts. The library collection includes 25,000 volumes of books, CDs, videotapes, and DVDs. Books are available in English and Korean. The center also has a series of free classes and workshops that introduce guests to the music, dance, folk art, and language of the Korean people. Classes in the Korean language are also available. A student tour of the museum can be arranged. If you wish to be on the mailing list, please notify the Korean Cultural Center.
Phone: (323) 936-7141
Address: 5505 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90036