The mission of Korean Culture Camp is to promote the cultural identity and self-esteem of children of Korean heritage and their families by providing an annual summer camp where Korean culture is experienced.
안녕하세요 - Welcome to Korean Culture Camp of Minnesota
We offer a fun week of Korean culture, history, language, art, dance, martial arts, and food! KCC is a non-profit organization founded in 1977. Our family of current and former campers, teen helpers, teachers, and volunteers continues to grow. Our campers include adoptees and their siblings, children of former adoptees, first-generation Korean Americans and their children, and anyone interested in learning more about the Korean culture. Our doors are open to all!
Food & Culture
Art & History
Dance & Tae Kwon Do & More!
Why Choose KCC?
KCC was created to give children exposure to their Korean culture and heritage instilling a greater sense of their cultural identity and ethnic diversity. We provide a diverse, challenging and fun curriculum for our campers which includes:
• Learning about Korea—its history and culture
• Learning the Korean alphabet and language
• Participating in self-esteem classes
• Gaining agility, balance and discipline in our Tae Kwon Do classes and traditional Korean dances
• Singing Korean music and the Korean National Anthem
Being the ethnic majority affords our campers an opportunity to feel safe, try new adventures and share their experiences about the joys and challenges of being their culture.
"The best week of the entire year!"
"One of my favorite things is seeing my special camp friends each year."
"I love KCC because the food is sooooo good and you can get Korean treats after camp! I like the art too!"