On January 13th, basketball fans will join together in celebrating Korean Heritage Night at the LA Clippers and Denver Nuggets game. This day also aligns with Korean American Day which commemorates the arrival of the first Korean immigrants who arrived in the US in 1903. In just 120 years, it is incredible to see how large and impactful the Korean community has grown in Los Angeles. As a brand that celebrates Korean culture, we are proud and excited to start this month by honoring both Korean Heritage Night and Korean American Day with the LA Clippers and basketball fans.
This year also marks our 10th anniversary. Through our journey from 2013-2023, we’ve struggled, grown, and persevered. But without the ongoing love, support, and encouragement for KORE and Korean culture, we would not be here. As we continue to share more about the depths and beauties of Korean culture, we hope you will stay on this bandwagon with us.
Our collaboration with the LA Clippers blends basketball and Korean heritage with our limited edition hat that features a Korean flag enamel pin and a clean embroidery combining the LA Clippers logo with a red and blue taeguk. We are honored to have this opportunity to celebrate with the LA Clippers again and share Korean culture with the greater Los Angeles community.
This limited edition headwear will be available for free for all group ticket purchases. To purchase group tickets, click here: PURCHASE GROUP TICKETS.
We were so blessed to have been invited to the Clippers vs. Nuggets game for Korean Heritage Night and see a sea full of fans rocking the Kore x Clippers dad hat. The Clippers may have lost the game that night, but the auditorium was filled with passion for the sport and celebration for Korean culture.
That night’s half-time show was performed by R&B quartet, Korean Soul, and other special guests spotted celebrating the night were Korean singer, Eric Nam and Bling Empire’s Kevin Kreider.