Museums, Cultural Centers & Historical Sites

While there is no single way to explore the Korean diaspora, there are many museums, cultural centers, and historical sites all over the world that offer insights into Korean migration and settlement histories. If you have visited any of these (or other) places, please share your experience with us.

The Museum of Korea Emigration History, Incheon, Korea

Korean American National Museum (open 2020), Los Angeles, CA

Museo Conmemorativo de la inmigracion Coreana, Merida, Mexico

The Immigration Museum of the State of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Korean American Historical Society, Seattle, Washington

The Korean Legation Building, Washington, D.C.

Museo Kim Yun Shin, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Centro Cultural Coreano, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Koryo Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan

Kim Pen Xva Museum, Uzbekistan

Hawaii’s Plantation Village, Waipahu, Hawaii

Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii

Broken Ridge Buddhist Temple of Korea, Honolulu, Hawaii

Immigration Museum, Melbourne, Victoria

Museum of Korean American Heritage, New York, New York