Korean Amerasians Association welcomes you!

new Hanmi Amerasians Association of the USA (HAAUSA)
is having 7th annual meeting Sunday, May 29, 2011 at Shorty Howell Large Pavillion in Duluth, Georgia (near Atlanta).

HAAUSA is a fellowship of Korean Amerasians living in the United States. is connected with many of the members of this group and they are open for any mixed Koreans to attend their events. So, if you live in the Atlanta area and are free this Sunday, please attend!

Date: Sunday, May 29th 2011 (Memorial Day Weekend)
Where: Atlanta, Georgia
Location: Shorty Howell Large Pavillion
2750 Pleasant Hill Road Duluth, Georgia 30096

For more information, please call Victor (cell #: 240-252-0601)


newPlease check out a Facebook group called Korean-Amerasian Adoptees Network. It is an open site to gether all Amerasians who are adopted. Use the keyword "Korean-Amerasian Adoptees Network" in the search box to locate the group. Please join us.

newWe started a group on the facebook called Korean Amerasians Group.
Use the keyword "Korean Amerasians" in the search box to locate the group. Please join us.

new"Journey to Motherland" 2010 : A trip to South Korea - from 5/23/2010
Amerasian Unity Foundation is presenting "Journal to Motherland" 2010.
1) To help find lost mother and other family members. Especially for those Amerasians who got adopted to American and European families.

2) To introduce Korean culture to those who were born in USA or came here at very early age. We would like to promote friendship and bond between two countries.

3)To  commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.

Schedule - PDF
Entry Form -PDF

KBL Pre-Draft Tryout / Draft (for Half- Korean Players)

Korean Basketball League(KBL) Try-out & Draft for “Half-Korean Players” will be held on Feb. 2nd 2010. The players who are interested to become eligible to play in KBL 2010~2011 season (scheduled to commence from the middle of October 2010 and last until end of April 2011.) and meet the qualifications stated below, are requested to fill out the application form and send it in via fax or by e-mail to KBL office by Dec.23 rd, 2009 (Korea Time)

A. Required Qualification for “Half-Korean Players”

Half-Korean means whose biological father or mother has previously held Korean citizenship and has since gained foreign citizenship. If Half-Korean Player is drafted by KBL, player MUST take legal procedure and become Korean Citizen.

1. Must have at least a high school diploma

2. Must be at least 18years of age

B. Required Documents

1.KBL Tryout Application Form

2.Must be able to produce original or photo copy of biological father or mother’s family register document or Korean passport which shows name, DOB, passport number and photo of individual. (Important : All information in the document MUST be clearly legible)

3. Personal data (stats must be official game stats)

4. A copy of university / college / high school diploma

5. Give a Video or DVD (If it is possible)

Players who have criminal (both misdemeanor and felony) records from within the last three consecutive years will not be eligible for the 2010 Pre-Draft Tryout & Draft  

C. KBL Pre-Draft Tryout / Draft Schedule



Application Deadline

Dec.23rd 2009(Wed)

Final Announcement

Dec.28th 2009(Mon)

Orientation & Medical Test


Pre-Draft Tryout & Draft

Feb. 2nd 2010(Mon)

All dates stated above are Korean local time.



TEL : +82 2 2106 3055

Fax : +82 2 2106 3094

Call HAAUSA (Victor )If you need more informations


2009 Los Angeles Meet meeting on Saturday October 10, 2009 in Los Angeles, CA at the Korean National Association building (near USC).

Date: Saturday, October 10, 2009 Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Korean National Association Building
Address: 1368 West Jefferson Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90007
(Google Map)

This meeting is for anyone whom is part/mixed Korean; It doesn't matter what the percentage is, what the other mix is, how old you are and where you were born/raised. Other folks (i.e. non-mixed Koreans) are welcome to attend as well as long as they have a sincere interest in people of mixed Korean descent (or if they are a significant other, etc.).

The reason for this meet is simple. We haven't had one in many years (since 1998!) and I believe it is the right time to have one again.

We will have the meeting and have dinner sometime afterward in Ktown. There is no cost for the meeting itself, just for wherever we decide to have dinner. We will try to have a place in mind by the time of the meeting (due to the possibility of a larger group we may need to make reservations).

It will consist of a few speakers and then open discussion between all attendees. I want it to be a social and networking opportunity for us all but semi-informational/educational at the same time.

Right now, I have lined up the following speakers:

Philip "Flip" Cuddy - Very prominent person/voice of Korean-American History/Culture who also happens to be the Grandson of famous Korean patriot "Dosan" Ahn Chang Ho and son of Korean American pioneer Susan Ahn Cuddy. If you don't know who they are please Google :)

Frankie & Tia Legoski - Korean Amerasian couple whom are members of HAAUSA (Hanmi Amerasians Association of the USA). They are the founders of the non-profit organization Amerasian Unity Foundation as well as the creators of a collaborative effort named "Journey to Motherland" which is a cultural event/trip to Korea for 2010 to coincide with the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War. They will discuss this in further detail at the meeting.

Please let me know if you can make the meet, dinner, or both so we can have a good estimate on head count.

To confirm if you are able to attend and/or for more info please contact David Lee Sanders or Tia Legoski

Last Updated: May 24, 2011




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