The LA Korean Festival is back! As a precautionary measure and for the safety of all our festival affiliates, we made the difficult decision to cancel our previous 47th and 48th LA Korean Festivals. However, this year, under the guidance of the CDC and the LA County Department of Public Health, we are proud to announce that the organization of the 49th Los Angeles Korean Festival is well underway.
49TH YEAR OF SHARING
With over 750 million Koreans overseas in about 170 different regions, our festival is known to be one of the largest festivals of this scale to share the culture and traditions to the communities by way of food, performances, and experiences. For 49 years, the Foundation has been serving the Koreatown community by promoting cultural awareness through the four-day festival. It has evolved into an all-inclusive, multicultural event uniting diverse, multi-ethnic groups from the surrounding communities by way of food, performances, and experiences.
BIGGER & BETTER THAN EVER — still FREE for ALL
This year’s event will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2022 thru Sunday, September 25, 2022 at the Seoul International Park, located on 3250 San Marino St., Los Angeles, CA. In hopes to give back to the community who has endured almost two years of uncertainty, this festival’s theme has been set as “Restoration and Unity through the Strength of Hallyu”. We would like to invite you to join us in the festivities with celebrities, more programs, and more cultural experience booths! With an average of about 300,000* guests annually, we hope to restore morale and make way for recovery within our community.
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