Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles

Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles (KCCLA)
Govt. Funded
Industry Educational, Not for Profit
Founded April 1980
Headquarters Los Angeles, CA, USA
Key people
Jongyul Kim (Director)
Products N/A
Revenue N/A
Website http://KCCLA.org

The Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles (KCCLA) is operated by the South Korean government’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.[1] KCCLA’s mission is to broaden Korea-U.S. relations through cultural and educational activities. KCCLA is located in Los Angeles, California[2]


1980: Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles was founded on April 11, 1980.

2001: Reopening of remodeled KCCLA Library on My 24, 2001

2006: Collaborated organization with the Korean Government’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and the Korean Culture & Content Agency.


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