and Korean Americans
in all industries
and empowering them to be leaders
in their communities!
KOREAN ART CENTER
The Korea Chamber of Commerce was created to help S. Korean startups establish their businesses in the U.S. market (Philadelphia, PA) and to help the young Korean generation in the greater Philadelphia region establish businesses in Philadelphia, PA. We also represent the interests of Korean businesses in the greater Philadelphia community.
SPEAKER SERIES/ PERFORMANCES/ FESTIVAL
A place for great networking for 1st and 2nd generation Korean-Americans which encompasses learning about the Korean community and celebrating Korean culture. Such avenues would be through performances such as dance, film, and art. There will be special speakers addressing their life story as a musician, artist, businessman, politician, film maker etc. Also other topics of concern are include the Korean community in Philadelphia and in America.
KOREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PHILADELPHIA
2016 K-Global Accelerator Philadelphia
We partnered with Y&Archer Korea, S. Korea Gov. (Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning), David Oh's office, Zarwin Baum Law Firm, Blank Rome LLC, and the Korean American Association Phila. We brought 15 Korean tech startups to Philadelphia to introduce them to the U.S. market and to give them opportunities to receive investment from venture capitalists, angel investors, tech firms, and entrepreneurs.
2017 K-Global Accelerator Philadelphia
We are partnering with Y&Archer Korea, S. Korea Gov. (Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning), David Oh's office, and many others. Bringing 7 Korean tech startups to Philadelphia to introduce them to the U.S. market and to give them opportunities to receive investment from venture capitalists, angel investors, tech firms, and entrepreneurs.
South Korean government
South Korean government
Established in 2011, the Society of Young Korean Americans (SYKA) is an organization that encompasses all aspects of Korean culture for young Korean Americans and for all Americans. Aspects of Korean culture include Korean dance, Korean/ Korean American film, Korean music, Korean art, the Korean/ Korean American community, Korean American politics, Korean/ Korean American businesses and corporations, and the Korean language.The purpose of SYKA is to make young Korean Americans leaders in their communities by helping them develop their skills and talents in any field related to Korean culture or American Society, and to promote Korean culture to all people. The avenue we use consists of education, our weekly events, our written blog, performances, community forums, speaking engagements, and festivals. Through this avenue, we bridge the intergenerational gaps that exist between Korean and Korean American and bridge any barriers between American and Korean.
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K-POP DANCE CENTER
K-pop (Korean: 가요, Gayo) (an abbreviation of Korean pop or Korean popular music) is a musical genre consisting of electropop, hip hop, pop, rock, and R&B music originating in South Korea. In addition to music, K-pop has grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults around the world, resulting in widespread interest in the fashion and style of Korean idol groups and singers.
KOREAN CULTURAL SERVICE
With the many Korean events taking place in Philadelphia, we help inform the public. We direct them to Korea events in greater Phila, NY, and DC.
KOREAN LANGUAGE CLASSES
At any level of Korean, be it beginner, intermediate, or advanced language, we can help you through our conversation exchange program. We will hold conversation club meetings twice monthly and you will be paired with someone who will help teach you the written and spoken language.
SYKA Society of Young Korean Americans
1925 W. Cheltenham Ave.
Elkins Park, PA 19027
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