The Korean Students' Association exists as a non-political club to provide opportunities for Korean undergraduates at MIT to explore their common ethnic and cultural backgrounds and to promote the understanding of the Korean people and culture. To this aim, it holds many social, cultural, athletic, and community service events throughout the year, open to the entire MIT community. Its goals are clearly outlined below.

The goals of the MIT Korean Students' Association are:

  • To bring together the diverse groups among the Korean-American community to learn about each other and themselves through social and philanthropic events.
  • To learn about issues involving the Korean community and to provide opportunities to become involved in them.
  • To increase awareness of Korean-American issues in the larger MIT community.

  • President: Iny Jhun
  • Vice President - Internal: Jasmin Baek
  • Vice President - External: Elizabeth Kim
  • Secretary: Grace Montesano
  • Treasurer: Daniel Jang
  • Social Chair: Phillip Kim
  • Community Service Chair: Isabel Chang
  • Webmaster: Jong-Moon Kim
  • KSEA-YGF Liaison: John Kim
  • KSEA YG Chapter President: Hyon Lee