Korean Americans for Culture and Community

Brian Im '98 and Julie Kim '97

Who are we?

KACC is a student organization grounded in two major components.
Study group is a discussion group that tries to address issues relevant to Koreans and Korean- Americans through readings from various sources and dialogue within the group. However, the members of study group do not just meet once a week at meetings. Members also organize different events and activities to inform the Harvard community about Korean and Korean- American issues.

Shin-nori, KACC's other major component, is a performance–based group whose focus is in traditional Korean music and dance. We hold two major performances every year: the winter show, which is informal, and the spring show, which is a major production coordinated with study group. It draws an audience from within and beyond Harvard. We also hold various workshops and sponsor performances and activities throughout the semester.

We encourage you to check out our events this semester and, hopefully, to get to know us better.

Upcoming events and meetings:


KACC is looking for anyone interested in helping us produce a show as a performer, as part of our technical crew, or as a writer or choreographer. Please contact Brian Im at 3-7076 or brianim@fas and talk to use at the spring semester intro meeting.


If you would like to become involved with KACC or any of its components (Shin-nori, Study Group, spring show), this is a good time and place to come and get to know us.

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