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Korea Economic Institute of America Presents:

2019 Korean American Day

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January 11th 12:00pm - 12:00am EST

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Charlotte Cho is the founder of Then I Met You, a premium direct-to-consumer skincare line focused on a meaningful experience and quality ingredients. Ms. Cho is also the co-founder of K-beauty destination Soko Glam and skincare content site The Klog. In 2012, Ms. Cho brought K-Beauty to the U.S. market by pioneering the 10-Step Korean skincare routine, and has been highly sought-after for her expert advice and insight ever since. Ms. Cho has been featured in New York Times, Vogue, Allure, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Forbes and Refinery29. She has also made national broadcast appearances on The Today Show, Rachael Ray and Good Morning America and was named one of WWD’s 40 Under 40 in 2017. Cho is the author of The Little Book of Skincare (HarperCollins) and is currently working on her second book, to be released in 2019.

Charlotte Cho is the founder of Then I Met You, a premium direct-to-consumer skincare line focused on a meaningful experience and quality ingredients. Ms. Cho is also the co-founder of K-beauty destination Soko Glam and skincare content site The Klog. In 2012, Ms. Cho brought K-Beauty to the U.S. market by pioneering the 10-Step Korean skincare routine, and has been highly sought-after for her expert advice and insight ever since. Ms. Cho has been featured in New York Times, Vogue, Allure, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Forbes and Refinery29. She has also made national broadcast appearances on The Today Show, Rachael Ray and Good Morning America and was named one of WWD’s 40 Under 40 in 2017. Cho is the author of The Little Book of Skincare (HarperCollins) and is currently working on her second book, to be released in 2019.

Charlotte Cho is the founder of Then I Met You, a premium direct-to-consumer skincare line focused on a meaningful experience and quality ingredients. Ms. Cho is also the co-founder of K-beauty destination Soko Glam and skincare content site The Klog. In 2012, Ms. Cho brought K-Beauty to the U.S. market by pioneering the 10-Step Korean skincare routine, and has been highly sought-after for her expert advice and insight ever since. Ms. Cho has been featured in New York Times, Vogue, Allure, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Forbes and Refinery29. She has also made national broadcast appearances on The Today Show, Rachael Ray and Good Morning America and was named one of WWD’s 40 Under 40 in 2017. Cho is the author of The Little Book of Skincare (HarperCollins) and is currently working on her second book, to be released in 2019.

Dave Cho is the Co-Founder & CEO of leading K-beauty and skincare destination Soko Glam, where he manages the company’s fast-growing business and leads a global team of over 40 people.

Dave Cho is the Co-Founder & CEO of leading K-beauty and skincare destination Soko Glam, where he manages the company’s fast-growing business and leads a global team of over 40 people.

Dave Cho is the Co-Founder & CEO of leading K-beauty and skincare destination Soko Glam, where he manages the company’s fast-growing business and leads a global team of over 40 people.

Since launching in 2012, Mr. Cho and his Co-Founder and wife, Charlotte Cho were amongst the first to introduce K-Beauty to the U.S. Market. The Korean beauty market is now among the top 10 around the world, with an estimated worth of over $13.1 billion in sales in 2018, according to Mintel, a global market intelligence agency.

Since launching in 2012, Mr. Cho and his Co-Founder and wife, Charlotte Cho were amongst the first to introduce K-Beauty to the U.S. Market. The Korean beauty market is now among the top 10 around the world, with an estimated worth of over $13.1 billion in sales in 2018, according to Mintel, a global market intelligence agency.

Since launching in 2012, Mr. Cho and his Co-Founder and wife, Charlotte Cho were amongst the first to introduce K-Beauty to the U.S. Market. The Korean beauty market is now among the top 10 around the world, with an estimated worth of over $13.1 billion in sales in 2018, according to Mintel, a global market intelligence agency.

Dave received a Master’s in Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Before starting Soko Glam, Mr. Cho spent over eight years on active duty in the U.S. Army. He was a combat arms officer and most notably served as a light infantry company commander, leading over 120 infantrymen with a wartime mission. Mr. Cho has been featured in The New York Times, Business Insider, CNN, Bloomberg, and GQ.

Dave received a Master’s in Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Before starting Soko Glam, Mr. Cho spent over eight years on active duty in the U.S. Army. He was a combat arms officer and most notably served as a light infantry company commander, leading over 120 infantrymen with a wartime mission. Mr. Cho has been featured in The New York Times, Business Insider, CNN, Bloomberg, and GQ.

Dave received a Master’s in Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Before starting Soko Glam, Mr. Cho spent over eight years on active duty in the U.S. Army. He was a combat arms officer and most notably served as a light infantry company commander, leading over 120 infantrymen with a wartime mission. Mr. Cho has been featured in The New York Times, Business Insider, CNN, Bloomberg, and GQ.

Michael Hong is the CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Media Rights, a leading global digital-first film and TV distributor and OTT publisher. DMR distributes a library of 7,500+ feature films, television programs and documentaries, with direct deals with the leading digital platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Comcast, Google Play, Vudu, and many others. DMR’s advertising sales network yields over 300 million impressions per month. As an OTT channel publisher, DMR owns and operates four popular owned and operated channels (Yuyu, AsianCrush, Midnight Plup, CoCoRo).

Michael Hong is the CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Media Rights, a leading global digital-first film and TV distributor and OTT publisher. DMR distributes a library of 7,500+ feature films, television programs and documentaries, with direct deals with the leading digital platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Comcast, Google Play, Vudu, and many others. DMR’s advertising sales network yields over 300 million impressions per month. As an OTT channel publisher, DMR owns and operates four popular owned and operated channels (Yuyu, AsianCrush, Midnight Plup, CoCoRo).

Michael Hong is the CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Media Rights, a leading global digital-first film and TV distributor and OTT publisher. DMR distributes a library of 7,500+ feature films, television programs and documentaries, with direct deals with the leading digital platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Comcast, Google Play, Vudu, and many others. DMR’s advertising sales network yields over 300 million impressions per month. As an OTT channel publisher, DMR owns and operates four popular owned and operated channels (Yuyu, AsianCrush, Midnight Plup, CoCoRo).

Prior to forming Digital Media RIghts, Mr. Hong was Co-founder and CEO of ImaginAsian Entertainment, which included ImaginAsian TV, the first nationally distributed Asian American cable network in the U.S. With over 20 years of media experience, Michael has held prior positions at Paramount Pictures, Spelling Entertainment, and Nielsen Media Research, and has been featured in Forbes, USA Today as well as being included in numerous Top 50 executive lists.

Prior to forming Digital Media RIghts, Mr. Hong was Co-founder and CEO of ImaginAsian Entertainment, which included ImaginAsian TV, the first nationally distributed Asian American cable network in the U.S. With over 20 years of media experience, Michael has held prior positions at Paramount Pictures, Spelling Entertainment, and Nielsen Media Research, and has been featured in Forbes, USA Today as well as being included in numerous Top 50 executive lists.

Prior to forming Digital Media RIghts, Mr. Hong was Co-founder and CEO of ImaginAsian Entertainment, which included ImaginAsian TV, the first nationally distributed Asian American cable network in the U.S. With over 20 years of media experience, Michael has held prior positions at Paramount Pictures, Spelling Entertainment, and Nielsen Media Research, and has been featured in Forbes, USA Today as well as being included in numerous Top 50 executive lists.

Ms. Kang turned her personal homepage on Geocities into a Softbank-funded, thrice-acquired Korean entertainment destination for English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Thai-speaking fans around the world. Soompi has played a pivotal role in helping make K-pop into a global phenomenon and continues to bring the best Asian content to the world. A fan of fans, Ms. Kang led the effort to creatively engage and mobilize users around their passions for 20 years before retiring from Soompi in late 2018. Ms. Kang is a mother of 2 and holds a B.A. in Psychology from UCLA.

Ms. Kang turned her personal homepage on Geocities into a Softbank-funded, thrice-acquired Korean entertainment destination for English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Thai-speaking fans around the world. Soompi has played a pivotal role in helping make K-pop into a global phenomenon and continues to bring the best Asian content to the world. A fan of fans, Ms. Kang led the effort to creatively engage and mobilize users around their passions for 20 years before retiring from Soompi in late 2018. Ms. Kang is a mother of 2 and holds a B.A. in Psychology from UCLA.

Ms. Kang turned her personal homepage on Geocities into a Softbank-funded, thrice-acquired Korean entertainment destination for English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Thai-speaking fans around the world. Soompi has played a pivotal role in helping make K-pop into a global phenomenon and continues to bring the best Asian content to the world. A fan of fans, Ms. Kang led the effort to creatively engage and mobilize users around their passions for 20 years before retiring from Soompi in late 2018. Ms. Kang is a mother of 2 and holds a B.A. in Psychology from UCLA.