What is Hwarang?


  • TO BE the global leader in community and humanitarian service.


  • TO EMPOWER volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Hwarang.


  • TO ORGANIZE, charter and supervise service to be known as Hwarang Clubs
  • TO COORDINATE the activities and standardize the administration of Hwarang Clubs
  • TO CREATE and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world
  • TO PROMOTE the principle of good government and citizenship
  • TO TAKE an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community
  • TO UNITE the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship, and mutual understanding
  • TO PROVIDE a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest, provided, however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members
  • TO ENCOURAGE service-minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors


  • LOVE OF FAMILY : The essential lesson of true love initiates from the family which gives one full support
  • LOVE OF NATION : The love of nation comes from endearment of the country flag and the national anthem into adherence of loyalty and responsibility and ultimately to the love of its nation
  • LOVE OF NEIGHBORS : Alongside with the love of family as a member of a community, one will learn to love its neighbors and learn the jubilation of sharing
  • LOVE OF JUSTICE : The true meaning of justice is to speak of one’s will and not to submit into the wrong faction.
  • LOVE OF PEACE : Love is about forgiving and reconcile not limited to ethnic group and countries.

Chapters in Hwarang Youth Foundation

History of Hwarang

1. 2006: Established in December of 2006 with 208 members by Howard Park
2. 2007: Palos Verdes, San Fernando Valley
3. 2008: Burbank, Chino Hills
4. 2009: East Land, Redondo Beach, Gateway
5. 2010: Glory, HanCock park, South Bay, Beverly Hills
6. 2011: Green Valley
7. 2012: KOCEN (K-Town Central)
8. 2013: Torrance, Ameridge, East Hills
9. 2014: Sunnyridge, Fleo, Spectrum, Healers
10. 2015: GIVE, Horizon
11. 2016: Socal, Westridge, Sena(Korea), Guatemala, El Salvador
12. 2017: Pioneer, Ukraine, New Zealand, Korea Chadwick, Boston, Hawaii


18 Chapters and Regions

1. Eastern : East Hills / East Land / Redland
2. Western : Torrance / Palos Verdes
3. Southern : Amerige / Westridge / Sunnyridge / Horizon / Irvine Spectrum / Pioneer
4. Northern : San Fernando Valley / So Cal / Fleo / La Canada Healer
5. Central : Hancock Park / Give / Kocen




ND-1 Arizona
ND-2 Colorado
ND-3 Hawaii
ND-4 Massachusetts (Boston)
ND-5 Northern California

National District


IND-1 South Korea: Hwarang Sena / Hwarang Wick
IND-2 Latin America : El Salvador / Guatemala / Peru / Mexico
IND-3 New Zealand
IND-4 Ukraine : Ukraine Kairos / UNLU

International Multiple District