KSFW is a Korean language school that focuses on the four elements of language acquisition (speaking, listening, reading, and writing), while also offering cultural enrichment classes, such as taekwondo, choir, and samulnori. Classes are open to pre-K to 12th graders, as well as adults. We meet at the Saghalie Middle School campus in Federal Way on Saturdays from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM during the school year (September - June).
THANK YOU parents and family members for coming to our open house on October 5!
We were thrilled to have such a strong turnout and thank you for your active and ongoing involvement in our students’ education.
With your continued interest and support, we can make Korean School of Federal Way an even better place to learn and grow!
KSFW parents and family members, we invite you to join us for our open house on October 5!
This open house presents an excellent opportunity to meet with teachers and staff, connect with other families, and observe your student(s) in class.
Be sure to also check out our beautiful, full-color 2018-19 yearbooks, which will be available for purchase at $20 each.
We thank you all for taking such active interest in our students' language education and look forward to giving you a very warm reception at our school on Saturday!
KSFW student whirl around hand-in-hand as a samulnori percussion troupe leads them through the traditional ganggangsullae (강강술래) circle dance in celebration of Chuseok (추석), Korea's Autumn Harvest Festival!
On September 21, KSFW celebrated Chuseok, Korea’s Autumn Harvest Festival, with our school-wide songpyeon-making contest.
Each class submitted their own platter of beautifully handcrafted rice cakes for family members to admire and judge.
Special congratulations go out to the students of 사철나무반 (Sacheol-Namu Class), 버드나무반 (Bud-Namu Class), and 사과나무반 (Sagwa-Namu Class) for garnering the most votes!
KSFW also invited a samulnori percussionist troupe to lead our students in an energetic performance of the ganggangsullae harvest dance, another time-honored Chuseok tradition.
Our students had a rollicking good time (and a pretty decent workout to boot!) as they whirled hand in hand around the gymnasium floor.
We thank you all for sharing in this special holiday experience with KSFW!