Korean Organizations in Hawaiʻi: Dongji Hoi, Korean Women's Relief Society, and Korean National Association
Prepared by Do Young Park & Duk Hee Lee Murabayashi
This digital exhibition showcases the three organizations, Dongji Hoi, Korean Women's Relief Society, and the Korean National Association, which were established by Korean immigrants in the early 20th century Hawaii.
These organizations were established for supporting the Korean Independence movement and vitalizing the Korean community in Hawaii enthusiastically participating in both economical activities and social activities.
The exhibit presents documents and artifacts included in the Korean diaspora collections at the Center for Korean Studies Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Featuring original records, the exhibit gives the chance to enjoy the living memories of the times.