Many thanks to your support for The CHUSEOK FESTIVAL 2020

COVID-19 Response Programs코로나19 대응 프로그램 

The Korean Center (KCI)

We are a community-based, non-profit organization established in 1974 in San Francisco.  KCI offers an array of educational classes, cultural workshops and events, and social services.  LEARN MORE >



Korean Language Programs
(King Sejong Institute)

Our classes for adults are now offered online.  LEARN MORE >






Events & Workshops











Senior Programs



Thank you all of you who helped make the 2nd Bay Area Virtual Chuseok Festival a success! We would like to sincerely thank the participating vendors and organiztaions and all the indiviruals who were directly involved in those events. Visit the Chuseok Festival page to check out the winners of Youth Art Contest and K-QUEST and KCI YouTube Channel to watch all online events.

Meet Eun-Hae Chung, one of KCI’s dedicated volunteers! We are grateful for his commitment and generous contributions of time and effort!

Also, check out our conversation with Youngwon Lee, Founder and Chief Dokkaebi of a newly founded Korean beverage company, Dokkaebier.

In Our Community

Our partner organization, Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC), is hosting a virtual exhibition called, San Francisco Beginnings of Korean Immigration (1902-1920) from August 8 to October 4, 2020.  Visit their website and learn about the lives of early Korean immigrants in San Francisco, their family and their community.

Korean Center, Inc. (KCI) stands in unequivocal solidarity with the Black Community in response to the senseless killing of George Floyd and the many other indiscriminate acts of violence, brutality and injustice against Blacks and other people of color.  Click HERE to read KCI’s statement of solidarity (in Korean and English).