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Korean Culture Camp

Founded in 1988, Korean Culture Camp is meant to be a place where Korean adopted children can find healing relationships and confidence in their unique identity. Many campers find the week to be the first time they didn’t feel out of place because everyone is accepted as who they are and we all embrace each other’s imperfections. The best part is that we all have a ton of fun playing outlandish games and being goofballs while learning all the more about the Korean culture and bonding. KCC strives to be an extended family for the adoptees and their families.

Program Details

Our 5-day program is full of exciting activities from chaotic water games to evening dance parties. Usually, mornings consist of food, arts & crafts, and language/history classes to learn about the Korean culture. Afternoons involve team games and challenges. Then, evenings end with fun endeavors like scavenger hunt and sing-offs. For the older campers, we also have private small group sessions with adopted counselors to discuss any topic about growing up as an adoptee.

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2016 Camp Information

Tuesday, July 26 ~ Saturday, July 30, 2016.

Location: Avon, Ohio

Please contact support {at} kccohio {dot} org for any questions.