KACCSA Class Update

**All Korean language classes are online classes.

We have in-person cultural classes available. Please check the program info. for the schedule.


Korean American Cultural Center of San Antonio (KACCSA) has been offering various programs including Korean Language classes and culture classes to San Antonio community since the KACCSA opened. If you have any question or suggestion for our program please email us at info@sakorean.org or leave your comment on our bulletin board.


Currently, KACCSA continues to monitor the latest developments regarding COVID-19, in conjunction with the City of San Antonio, San Antonio Metro Health District, other educational institutes, we have made decision of cancelling of all off-line classes for safety of all students and instructors. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We will keep updating the information about our program on our website. Please subscribe to get our newsletter with update.

Thank you for your understanding. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Email: info@sakorean.org

Phone: 210-317-7157

To find out about 2021 Winter Intensive Hangeul class semester, click here.
To find out about 2022 Winter semester, click here.

 KACCSA Programs

​샌안토니오 문화센터 강좌

KACCSA has been offering these classes for San Antonio community


Korean Language Classes​

(Basic Hangeul/Level 1/2/3/4/5/6/Advance)

Korean Reading Club


Korean Culture through Film

영화를 통한 한국문화의 이해

Youth Korean Traditional Dance

소년 한국전통무용

Adult Korean Traditional Dance

성인 한국전통무용

Korean Traditional Drum

성인 장구



Korean Cooking Class

한국 요리 강습


Home Fashion Sewing class


Pattern & Design




Flower arrangement

꽃꽂이 강습

Guitar class (Beginner/Intermediate) for youth/adult

청소년/성인 초급/중급 기타교실

One-on-One Drum

드럼 강습

Intensive Piano Chord Lesson

피아노 반주법


Youth Coding club

청소년/어린이 코딩 클럽

Youth reading & Creative writing class

청소년/어린이 리딩/창의적 글쓰기 수업

Youth Puzzle Club

청소년/어린이 퍼즐 클럽

Kids Art class

어린이 미술교실


SAT Prep

Youth Reading/Writing/Math (3rd-high schoolers)

and more