• KCul Foundation is Founded

    12/16/2011
    Five members, Insook Seol, Won Lee, Sunmi Shim, Hank Yoo, and Herb White had first meeting for organizing the Korean Cultural Center of Philadelphia.
  • Became non-profit organizations

    2/01/2012
    Eight members included Kyengsook Ahn, Taeyoung Shin, and Joe Martin as new members, decided to a registered non-profit organizations in Pennsylvania.
  • Rename as KCul

    4/11/2012
    Changed the title to Korean Cultural Foundation(K Cul Foundation)
  • First set by-laws

    5/15/2012
    to encourage the preservation of the ancient performing arts traditions of Korean and Asians To increase awareness of these traditions among Asian & non Asians in an effort to preserve their continued existence in the modern world To create sympathetic between first and second generation of emigrated from Korea through culture and education for understanding each other
  • Register a non-profit organization in Pennsylvania

    7/16/2012
  • 9/01/2012
    Start of KCul Academy Korean School and register on Korean Education Center of New York. Join as a new member of National Association of Korean School, Mid-Atlantic chapter.
  • David Oh, City Council of Philadelphia joined as a honorary chair

    10/01/2012
  • 10/15/2012
    Begin signature-collecting campaign for opening the Korean Cultural Services and PR branch in Philadelphia
  • Held Korean exhibition

    10/28/2012
    Held Korean painting and Calligraphic exhibition of 20 artists and calligrapher invited from Korea at Won festival (Glenside Memorial Hall)
  • Hanji Fashion Show

    11/02/2012
    Fundraiser featuring Hanji Fashion Show of 45 Hanji fashion designers invited from Korea, China, and European (Exhibited at the Philip Jaisohn Center)
  • 11/30/2012
    Promised by Yu Chel Won, Congressman of Korea at meeting in Lai Lai Restaurant, Blue Bell that he will actively seek a way to help building Korean Cultural Center in Philadelphia when KCul Foundation raise a certain amount of money in later for matching funding.
  • Develop a plan to fundraise for Korean Cultural Center in the board members

    12/13/2012
  • 2/15/2013
    David Oh, honorary chair, clarifies that there is possibility to receive donation of land from Philadelphia city if Korea government supports to build the Korean Cultural center . (Meeting at Won Institute Korean Culture Night Graduate Studies)
  • First inaugural meeting and Korean Culture Night

    3/23/2013
  • First open public Korean classes for one day

    5/11/2013
    The first "Open to Public Korean language and Cultural school for One day" at International Sisters Cities Park, Philadelphia. Teaching Korean language and traditional music Taking photos in Hanbok Korean Traditional Dance and music performance
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Joined Hanbok Fashion Show

    10/2013
    Co-signed contracts with Art Museum of Philadelphia to KCul hold Hanbok Fashion Show to joint as a part of opening reception of Joseon Dynasty Art and Culture Exhibition
  • Contract with Drexel University

    12/10/2013
    Co-signed on contract with Drexel University, Philadelphia co-organized and held seminar under the entitled "Finding a New Avenue of Fashion with Hanbok"
  • Held the 1st Korea Food Festival "Makgeoli and K-Pop "at Philadelphia International House

    12/13/2013
  • First Hanbok Fashion Show

    2/27/2014
    Hanbok Fashion Show at Art Museum of Philadelphia for Joeon Dynasty Art and Culture Exhibition gala.
  • Held Seminar at Drexel University

    3/01/2014
  • The 2nd "Open to public Korean Language and Culture school for One day" at International Sisters Cities Park, Philadelphia
  • 10/26/2014
    Co-hosted Won BonBon Cultural Festival with Won Institute Graduate Studies at Curtis Hall Arboroetum Wyncote, PA
  • 2nd Korea Food Festival

    12/19/2014
    The 2nd Korea Food Festival "BibimBob "at Won Institute Hall, Glenside
  • 3th "OPEN PUBLIC KOREAN CLASSES FOR ONE DAY"

    6/11/2015
    The 3th "Open to public Korean Language and Culture school for One day" at King of Prussia
  • Performance “K-Pop and NanTa

    10/22/2015
    Performance “K-Pop and NanTa (Korean Traditional Music and dance) at Normandy Farms Grand Ballroom, Blue Bell for International Spring Festival
  • 4th "OPEN PUBLIC KOREAN CLASSES FOR ONE DAY"

    10/25/2015
    The 4th "Open to public Korean Language and Culture school for One day" at Curtis Hall Arboroetum Wyncote, PA
  • Held “K-Pop (Korean Pop) meets Jazz”

    10/25/2015
    Held “K-Pop (Korean Pop) meets Jazz” at Curtis Hall Arboroetum Wyncote, PA
  • 5th "OPEN PUBLIC KOREAN CLASSES FOR ONE DAY"

    04/15/2016
    The 5th "Open to public Korean Language and Culture school for One day" at North Penn High School, Lansdale
  • Held “K-Pop (Korean Pop) meets Jazz”

    10/25/2015
    Held “K-Pop (Korean Pop) meets Jazz” at Curtis Hall Arboroetum Wyncote, PA
  • Dulsori: Unexpected

    11/18/2016
    Dulsori has enthralled the audience worldwide with the pulsing and poignant sound of Korean Percussion, wind, and string instruments. Since their formation in 1984, Dulsori has performed in 54 countries and received prestigious awards in Korea in recogition of their contribution to promting Korean arts and culture worldwide.