The Korean Language & Culture Exchange - Los Angeles Pages

Welcome to the Korean Language and Culture in Los Angeles!
KoreanLA.org on meetup.com


We are a friendly group of people, organized around our interest in the Korean language and culture. We are a diverse group with diverse interests and represent all levels of speaking, reading, and writing Korean language.

In order to promote learning of the language and culture, we organize various events to meet and practice speaking Korean, participate, attend cultural events such as Korean festivals and museums, try different Korean venues such as restaurants, entertainments places, and even throw our own fun parties!

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Official Name & Website



"KoreanLA" is short for Korean Language and Culture Exchange, Los Angeles. The official acronym was KLCX (pronounced "Classics"), but we are better known as "KoreanLA."

Our home page is KoreanLA.org. The meetup site (the one you are on right now) is one of many KLCX groups throughout the Internet.

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Membership Requirement


To join the club and stay as a member,

(1) Upload a photo that clearly shows your face.
Removing or replacing a photo with obscured one later on may lose your membership privilege. If you have any reason that you can't upload your picture, please send your reason to the Organizer, Zeanie Yoon by clicking here: www.meetup.com/KoreanLA/suggestion.

(2) Profile question must be answered with care.
Please show us that you're joining this group because you want to join us.

(3) Your name must be "regular" name others can associate you with.
Real name is preferred. No email address, no numbers; just genuine name. Also, please note that not everyone in this group reads Korean language. Your name should be accessible in English.

(4) Remain active.
We all lead busy life, and we do not expect you to attend events every week. But if we do not see you for a significant period of time, you will lose your membership privilege and will be removed from the group.

This group policy has been placed per members' requests to keep the participation level active and to remove/prevent "ghost members." It will also help us identify you when we have off-line meet-up's.

Please note, these are the requirements to stay as a member. Members who go anonymous may be removed from the group and/or from the RSVP list without a notice.

Lastly, please understand that the joining this group is not a right but a privilege.

Native Korean speakers: 한국인 원어민은 간단한 연수를 받으신 후 강사 및 도우미로 자원봉사 해 주시는 분만 가입하실 수 있습니다. 자세한 것은 여기를 클릭하여 읽어주신 후 여기를 클릭하시고 방장에게 간단한 소개서를 이메일해 주세요. 감사합니다.

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RSVP & No-Show Policy



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Please join the club if you haven't yet! We hope to see you at the next event!

KoreanLA.org
The Korean Language and Culture Exchange - Los Angeles

Table of Contents

Page title Most recent update Last edited by
RSVP and No-Show Policy August 1, 2011 6:46 PM Zean E Y.
Accounting and Fund Management May 6, 2011 2:59 PM Zean E Y.
Class Levels and Description March 18, 2009 1:32 PM Zean E Y.
Organization Structure and Chart February 20, 2013 9:32 PM Zean E Y.
Assistant Organizers and Event Host February 20, 2013 9:32 PM Zean E Y.
About Language Classes and Study Groups March 18, 2009 1:29 PM Zean E Y.
About The Korean Language & Culture Exchange - Los Angeles April 23, 2015 10:46 AM Zean E Y.

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