The Legacy Project is an oral history project of KoreanAmericanStory.org. The concept of the Legacy Project is to provide the Korean American community an easy turnkey process to capture the stories of individuals and families through video recordings.
NAYA (나야), produced by KoreanAmericanStory.org, is a mini-documentary series that paints vivid, visual stories of unique Korean American individuals and passion for their craft.
K-Pod, a production of KoreanAmericanStory.org, is a series dedicated to the stories of Korean Americans in arts and culture. Hosts Catherine Hong and Juliana Sohn talk to artists, writers, designers, directors, musicians, chefs and other creatives about their work, their lives, and how they came to forge their careers.
"Happy Cleaners" is a feature-length film produced by KoreanAmericanStory.org about the Choi Family trying to keep their dry cleaning business afloat in Flushing, Queens.
Six Feet Apart
“SIX FEET APART” is a series capturing the Korean American stories during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
ROAR Story Slam
The ROAR Story Slam is a live storytelling competition held in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago where 6 finalists, who have been specially selected from our submission pool, will perform on stage presenting their unique, creative, and authentic Korean American story for a chance to win a cash prize of up to $1,000.
Join us for our Annual Gala where we celebrate and honor three special trailblazers in the Korean American community and enjoy great entertainment.
Not Your Average
Not Your Average is a series hosted by Julie Young where she has a conversation with people who are not your average Korean Americans.
Fall Benefit: Kimjang
Join us for a special night of preserving the fading traditional art of kimchi-making with Hyosun Ro of Korean Bapsang.
My Korean American Story
Share your written Korean American story with us!