Previous Other Events
Happy Cleaners Screening and Q&A | 42nd AAPIH Festival
Kimjang 2019: Photos
We hosted our first ever Fall Benefit with a special Kimjang led by Hyosun Ro, creator of food blog Korean Bapsang. Who knew how long the process of making traditional kimchi really takes? Hyosun took us through the 2-day process with her expert, detailed instructions. With the 60 heads of cabbages our team prepared the day before, our guests transformed them all into kimchi – communal style – and experienced the true spirit of kimjang which brings people together! Special thank you to Hyosun Ro, Windrose Restaurant NYC, West 32 Soju, and our volunteers for a successful night! Photos: Alan Tan www.alan-tan.com
Join us for a special night of preserving the fading traditional art of kimchi-making with Hyosun Ro of Korean Bapsang as we learn from her how to make traditional pogi kimchi at Windrose Restaurant NYC. This hands-on community building culinary experience will teach you how to make kimchi from scratch that you will take home while enjoying stories of the kimjang tradition over food and drinks.
Celebration of Korean American Women Authors
Professor Minsoo Kang, who teaches European history at University of Missouri-St. Louis, opened up the stage with an introduction for 5 brilliant Korean American women authors to share their personal stories at the Celebration of Korean American Women Authors event, held on Dec. 8, 2017.
Panel with Asian American Women Leaders in Fashion and Beauty
Here are the photos from our KoreanAmericanStory.org event, Panel with Asian American Women Leaders in Fashion and Beauty, which took place on Dec. 13, 2016, at the 3.1 Phillip Lim store in NoHo, New York. Special thanks to Phillip Lim, DreamMaker, and SokoGlam for co-hosting this event! And special thanks to our panel moderator Julie Young, board chair of KoreanAmericanStory.org and founder of DreamMaker/3D.
Asian American International Film Festival
We are happy to announce that we are partnering with the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) to promote the following programs! Please take advantage of our 25% Community Partner discount rate for any program at AAIFF (excluding Opening, Centerpiece, and Closing Night). Go to http://aaiff.org/2016/schedule and enter the promo code KASaaiff16 after you’ve added your desired ticket(s).
Adoptee Voices Reading Video Collection: September 2015
These are videos recorded of the speakers presenting at the Korean American Adoptee Voices Book Reading, which took place at the Korea Society on September 17th, 2015.
Book Reading at The Korea Society
KoreanAmericanStory.org and the Korea Society is proud to present a book reading and discussion with 3 wonderful Korean American women writers: Cathy Chung, Yuliana Kim-Grant and Eugenia Kim. The event will take place on Monday, February 11, 2013 at 6:30pm at the Korea Society, 950 Third Avenue, 8th floor, New York, NY. There will be a wine reception at the event.
Korean American Identity: Past, Present & Future
On December 15th, 2011, KoreanAmericanStory.org, in partnership with Korean American Community Foundation (KACF), hosted an event, “Korean American Identity: Past, Present & Future” to celebrate our Korean American heritage and identity. It was an engaging evening of discussion and live participation as we looked back at our immigration history, gauged what it means to be Korean American, and explored the changing faces of the Korean American community today.