The Korean Cultural Center Washington D.C. is located in the capital of the U.S. and is a hub of communication between Koreans and Americans. As a worldwide cultural center, it emphasizes activities and events that contribute to understanding of Korea and Korean culture at a deeper level.
In response to the increasing demand for greater public awareness of Korean culture, as well as the rise of ‘Hallyu’, the Korean Cultural Center Washington D.C. offers diverse programs that give people an opportunity to first-handedly experience Korea and Korean culture.
Korean Cultural Center, Embassy of the Republic of Korea
2370 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20008
Tel: 1 202 939 5688
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