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DC-area culture school begins for Korean adoptees

September 22, 2015
Korean Culture School students learn taekwondo under volunteers Saturday in Bethesda near Washington, D.C.

Korean Culture School students learn taekwondo under volunteers Saturday in Bethesda near Washington, D.C.

By The Korea Times Washington DC staff

Korean Culture School is back in session for fall for 200 Washington, D.C., area locals.

Put on by ASIA Families, an organization for Korean adoptees and families, classes began Saturday inside a Korean church in Bethesda, Maryland.

The program educates adoptees about Korean culture and through it attempts to instill a love for their roots.

According to ASIA Families President Song Hwa-kang, the culture school first opened in 2010 with 20 adoptees and has grown to 76 students, 75 parents and 40 volunteers this year.

For more information, call 703-999-4206.

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