Slide The Celebration of Korean American Day


Our mission is to honor the achievements of the Korean American community, to express our gratitude to American citizens for the opportunity to live in freedom and prosperity, to illuminate the pioneering efforts of our immigrant predecessors, to organize a Korean American Day celebration on January 13, and to pass on an awareness and appreciation of the accomplishments of Korean immigrants to future Korean American generations.


“The Establishment and Significance of the Korean American Day”

The 19th Korean American Day

We are honored to have received congratulatory remarks from U.S. and Korean Presidents.

Korean-Americans have been greatly affected by the sacrifices of American and other veterans of the Korean War. For more information about Korean War veterans, an important resource may be found at is an online portal that contains photos from nearly 180 Korean War memorials around the world and nearly 400 videos of approximately 1,200 Korean War veterans across 6 continents in 30 countries that participated in the Korean War (1950-1953), including all 50 states and 4 U.S. Territories of Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and the American Samoa. This website is dedicated to all the Korean War veterans who sacrificed fighting for our freedoms.