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70 Year Korean War Friendship Forum
June 25th, 2020 at 5PM PDT, 8PM EDT |Korea Time June 26th, 2020 at 9AM
Commemorating The Korean War of June 25th, 1950 to July 27th, 1953


The event, hosted in joint sponsorship with the Korean Consulate General in San Francisco and Ethnic Media Services, has partnered and is organized with the award winning filmmaker, Christopher H.K. Lee, to convey the true meaning of Korean “han” (or 한) - a symbol of resilience as well as tears of Koreans living in the aftermath of the unresolved conflict. Participating and also sponsoring is Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Lee Soo Hyuck, who will be joining from Washington, D.C. Among the invited VIP guests are Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, and Korean-American elected officials, State Assemblyman Steven Choi (CA) and Congressman Andy Kim (NJ) , as well as a bevy of other local and state Korean-American officials on both coasts who are advocates of our Korean-American community. A number of performers (names to be revealed next week) are invited to showcase traditional and contemporary performing arts as well as their own tributes. This event will be moderated LIVE by Korean-American Emmy Awarding Winning Journalist, Sue Kwon (English) and Radio Free Asia (RFA) broadcaster, Jinkuk Kim (Korean).

75th Korea Independence Day Online Concert
August 15th, 2020 at 5PM PST, 8PM


After the Korean Peninsula was liberated by the Allies in 1945, independent Korean governments were created three years later, on August 15, 1948.
The National Liberation Day of Korea is a holiday celebrated annually on August 15. It is notable for being the only Korean public holiday celebrated by both South and North.
This online event is designed to educate and create further awareness across generations of the Korea Independent's Day and how it has shaped the lives of Koreans living around the globe and to help remember this important day in Korean history. Our hope is that it will help promote growing more hopeful about the possibilities of engagement leaving behind the painful memories behind to promote peace to our future generations.

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