July 22, 2016

The Museum's Capital Campaign fundraising dinner was held on July 21st at the historic Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The event welcomed over 200 guest for dinner and entertainmen including Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, Los Angeles City Council member David Ryu, and Keynote Speaker Ambassador Sung Y. Kim, former Ambassador to South Korea and the current Department of State's Special Representative...

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Our Mission

The Korean American National Museum's mission is to preserve and interpret the history, experiences, culture and achievements of Americans of Korean ancestry. In accomplishing its mission, the Museum works to become a center for cultural exchange and education, a catalyst for sharing ideas and resources, and a center for promoting and celebrating the diversity of culture in this country. It is important to the Museum's mission to help make the Korean American experience vivid and intelligible to other communities and to encourage these groups to find out more about Korean Americans in Los Angeles and elsewhere.

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3727 W 6th St #519
Los Angeles, CA  90020


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