Korean Heritage Library

 

The Korean Heritage Library (KHL) was established in April, 1986 with the aim of building comprehensive collections in all areas of Korean Studies. Today, as a founding member of the Korean Collections Consortium of North America supported by the Korea Foundation, the KHL is among the best Korean Studies libraries in North America. In addition to its strong collections of books, serials, videos, and electronic resources, the KHL is known for its unique primary resources including: the Korean-American Digital Archive, the Sea of Korea Maps Collection, the Peace Corps Korea Digital Archive, the Korean Missionary Archives, etc.  For complete listings of KHL's primary resources, see: Korean Archival Collections and Korean American Archival Collections.

To access or learn more about our resources, please visit:

 

Location
Doheny Memorial Library
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1825
MAP: DML (1st floor)

Contact
Joy Kim, Curator
Korean Heritage Library
Phone: (213) 740-2329
Email: joykim@usc.edu