MUKJA! (Let’s Eat!)

MUKJA! (Let’s Eat!)

Are you someone that likes delicious Korean food? The correct answer is either yes, or I haven’t tried it. In either case there is an event this sunday you don’t want to miss!


“Mukja” Portland Korean Food Festival is an event created and organized by KAC Oregon’s board each year and it’s happening this Sunday! (08/28) This fun event is wildly popular and showcases unique korean dishes from the Portland community.  

Koi will be there serving Kimchi Korean Tamales, and Bulgogi (Gluten Free!)
Want to join us? Here is more info and some FAQ about the event.

Where is the event?
907 Irving Street, Portland OR

How can I get there?
Ride your bike! There will be plenty of parking for our two-wheeled friends surrounding the event venue.
Hooray for public transit—streetcars will be running routes to and around the venue during the afternoon and evening of the event.
Calling all designated drivers: Station Place Garage Lot 120 is located at 720 NW Lovejoy Court at the West end of the Broadway Bridge.

Who else besides Koi will be there?
For a full “chef lineup” check out:

How much is it?
There are two types of tickets available for purchase!
General: Each $70 ticket provides entry at 2PM and a single-course sized dish from each of our 12 chefs and restaurant representatives, in addition to unlimited non-alcoholic beverages.
VIP: Each $100 ticket also includes early festival entry at 1PM and a soju cocktail.

What is KAC and what do they do?
The Korean American Coalition (KAC) is a national non-profit, non-partisan community advocacy organization founded in Los Angeles in 1983. There are 9 chapters currently operating in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles (National Headquarter), San Diego, Seattle, Washington DC, and Portland.
They work hand-in-hand with existing Korean American community organizations as well as other community organizations and governmental agencies. KAC Oregon started in July 2014 with a mission to foster a strong Korean American community in Oregon by promoting Korean American participation in civic, legislative and community affairs through advocacy, community service, leadership development and cultural education.

Im at the event, what hashtag should I use?

#MukjaPdx and of course…#GETSUMKOI