Kocen is a chapter based in Koreatown/Central LA that was founded in 2016. As the chapter representing the largest community of Koreans inside the United States, we strive to empower the Korean youth to devote time and effort to resolve humanitarian issues. We have members with a wide variety of ages which allows to educate and develop the younger members into strong leaders. Some of our activities include park and beach cleanups, garage sales, and serving the homeless. We aspire to achieve even more than we did the year before. 

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Los Angeles


  • Harvard-Westlake High School
  • Marymount High School
  • John Marshall High School
  • Van Nuys High School
  • Grover Cleveland Charter High School
  • Palisades Charter High School




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Nathan Lee


Hello, I’m Nathan Lee, the president of Kocen! Here, in Kocen, I aim to create an environment where I can educate and stress the importance of serving a purpose beyond ourselves to my fellow Kocen members. I couldn’t be more excited in playing a significant role in solving humanitarian issues through park and beach cleanups, homeless services, fundraisers, and countless other activities. As the president, I can ensure that we will make the community a cleaner and finer place for not just ourselves, but for everyone.


Dosun Kim 

Vice president

Irene Oh


Judy Kim


Jedo Lee

Board of Director

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