Korean Culture: 5 Korean Foods to Eat Now!

Korean Culture: 5 Korean Foods to Eat Now!Our staff and volunteers at KCCEB love good Korean food. For the greater Bay Area community members who are new to Korean culture and Korean food, our hardworking intern Lydia Cho describes five foods we love and you definitely need to give a try! [more]

Affordable Care Act & Covered California Presentation (English)

Affordable Care Act & Covered California Presentation (English)Art Choi explains in English the Affordable Care Act and how California residents can take advantage of the new changes by enrolling in Covered CA or Medi-Cal. An explanation is given on APTC or advanced premium tax credits, eligible income levels, and eligible immigration statuses. [more]

How to Enroll in Covered California (Korean)

How to Enroll in Covered California (Korean)커버드 캘리포니아 등록기간 마감 3월 31일.The Covered CA enrollment deadline is March 31, 2014 with exceptions for special circumstances and Medi-Cal eligible individuals. The next enrollment period starts in October. This video is a step-by-step explanation of how to enroll [more]

Affordable Care Act & Covered California Presentation (Korean)

Affordable Care Act & Covered California Presentation (Korean)오바마케어 설명Yeri Shon explains the ACA and how Californians can take advantage of affordable health care. The presentation includes information on the details of the laws changing under the affordable care act, who it applies to, and who can benefit. Also provided are detailed [more]

Korea Times Article

Korea Times Article이글은 한국일보 매주 목요일에 연재되는 "여성의 창" 코너에 실린 글 입니다. 봉사회에서 일하면서 느낀 점을 짧게 요약에서 적은 글을 다시 옮겨 적은것 입니다. [more]

Ju Hong - DACA

Ju Hong - DACAMeet Ju Hong and how DACA protects him from deportation. [more]


Meet Ju Hong and how DACA protects him from deportation.


About US

Since 1977, KCCEB has had its finger on the pulse of the cultural, social, and political fabric of the Bay Area’s Korean American community. KCCEB was established to serve the social service needs of the first large wave of Korean immigrants to the U.S. who were transitioning into American life.