Korean Organizations in Chicago




Korean American Resource & Cultural Center
The Korean American Resource & Cultural Center is dedicated to immigrant rights, community empowerment, activism, cultural and art, and social services.

Korean American Bar Association
The Korean American Bar Association of Chicago (KABA) is a nonprofit professional organization of attorneys and law school students established in 1993.

Korean American Coalition
KAC-Chicago (KACC) started in November 2002 and has established itself as one of the leading organizations for Korean American young professionals (1.5 and 2nd generation) in metropolitan Chicago.

Hanul Family Alliance
The Hanul Fmily Alliance provides comprehensive community-based services to meet the needs of Korean-American seniors and families to enhance their quality of life.

Chicago Korean American Chamber of Commerce
Best known for its annual Korean Festival that happens in late summer every year.

Korean American Association of Chicago

Korean American Women’s Association of Chicago
The Korean American Women’s Association of Chicago is a not-for-profit organization that provides workshops and programs for Korean American women of all ages in various areas including helping them discover their own identities.

Consulate General of the Republic of Korea
Government for the Republic of Korea presence in Chicago

Chicago Arirang Lions Club
Chicago-area Korean Community service organization

KAN-WIN: Empowering Women in the Asian American Community
An organization that works toward the eradication of all forms of violence against women through culturally competent services, community education, outreach and advocacy.

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago
The Korean Cultural Center of Chicago (KCCOC) promotes and organizes Korean cultural, arts, educational, and social activities.

Korean American Community Services
KACS is committed to celebrate our ethnicity and to empower all members of the community by providing educational, legal, health and social services.