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Programs

Adult Program

Calligraphy (WED)

Calligraphy is a visual art related to writing. Learn how to express your thoughts and feelings artistically through writing ....

Adult Program

Computer

Are you afraid to use your computer? You can now comfortably navigate through the world of internet by learning how to use th....

Korean Heritage Program

3D Paper Folding (SAT)

Learn how to make 3D paper sculptures using various materials such as Hanji and colored paper. You can learn to make various ....

Korean Heritage Program

Korean 4-1 (Mon, Wed)

The topics of the class will be the first meeting, occupation, appearance, personality, diet, lifestyle, sports, play, travel....

Korean Heritage Program

Haegeum (Sat)

Lets learn and play a variety of Korean traditional music including Arirang with a haegeum that can make a variety of sounds ....

Korean Heritage Program

Introductory Korean 1 (Sat)

Instructor: Connor Jeon It is a class for students who have just started learning Korean. Students will learn to read and wr....

Welcome

Korean Education Center in Los Angeles (KECLA) is an organization established by the Republic of Korea, dedicated to provide Korean language and culture education to Korean Americans in California, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico, in order to refine identity and pride in one's heritage.

What we offer

Education programs for Korean Americans
Korean language dissemination
Korean school support
Guidance for International Students and Support for international education exchange

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Korean American Education Foundation

The Korean American Education Foundation is a non-profit organization registered with the California state government. The Korean Education Center in Los Angeles is under the foundation to promote Korean language and culture education in the United States.

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News & Events

KECLA is accepting grant applications for Korean Clubs in public schools for 2022-2023. Please submit the application form with an official grant request letter signed by the advisory teacher & the student leader by 11/30/22. More >>

Last Year

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Students