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Events and Updates

All KLFC Events will be posted to this page. Please check back for regular updates.

Upcoming Events

KLFC Movie Screening #2

Friday, October 20 2017 • 05:00 PM

KLFC will be showing the movie, 김씨표류기 (Castaway on the Moon)on October 20 from 5pm-7:00 pm. This film is a South Korean romantic comedy written and directed by Lee Hae-jun and is a love story between a suicidal man turned castaway on Bamseom in the Han River and an agoraphobic woman who is addicted to Cyworld. (Source: Wikipedia)    

Visit KLFC at the Honolulu National College Fair!

Monday, October 23 2017 • 05:00 PM

KLFC will be at the Honolulu National College Fair on October 23 from 8:30 am-11:30 am and 5 pm-8 pm at the Hawaii Convention Center. This event is free and open to the public! Visit Come visit us and learn about our programs and get some goodies!

Past Events

KLFC Chuseok Event

Friday, September 29 2017 • 05:00 PM
Center for Korean Studies

KLFC will be celebrating Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) with University of Hawaii and Waipahu High School students on Friday, Sept. 29 at 5pm.

KLFC Movie Night

Thursday, September 14 2017 • 04:00 PM
Center for Korean Studies

KLFC will be hosting a movie night on September 14, Thursday. We will be showing 늑대소년 (A Werewolf Boy) starring Song Joong-ki. Bring your friends and remember to RSVP.  

KLFC Orientation

Monday, August 21 2017 • 04:30 PM
TP 102

KLFC Orientation is mandatory for all Korean Flagship students, including incoming BA and MA students.

KLFC TOPIK Assessment

Saturday, August 26 2017 • 08:30 AM
Moore Hall 119

Attendance is mandatory for all Korean Flagship summer program participants and incoming BA and MA students.

Moore Hall Open House

Friday, August 25 2017 • 08:30 AM

August 25 (Friday) @ 8:30-2:30pm. Come and visit the tables of various LLL departments, programs, and organizations to learn about upcoming activities, courses, and opportunities (funding, travel, and jobs).

Traditional Korean Wedding Ceremony

Thursday, September 21 2017 • 03:00 PM

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Korean Language Flagship Center Special Lecture Series will feature a program on the traditional Korean wedding ceremony Thursday, September 21, 2017, from 3:00 to 4:15 p.m.The program will be conducted by Sang Lee, a distinguished artist of the Korean community in Hawai‘i. Sang Lee photoOver the past thirty-five years, Sang Lee has made many artistic contributions to the Islands by introducing rich Korean traditions such as wedding ceremonies, calligraphy, and paintings. His artworks portray a tangible connection between the past and the present of Korea and the United States, the essence of the Korean Language Flagship Center of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. The program is free and open to the public and will take place in the Center for Korean Studies auditorium at 1881 East-West Road on the University of Hawai‘i Mānoa campus. For further information, contact the Korean Language Flagship Center at flagship@hawaii.edu or telephone (808) 956-8469.