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Moons Honored on Korean Library Foundation’s 20th Anniversary; Pledge $1 Million for Korean Language Collection

Posted on: January 30, 2017 | Category: News

Moons & KLF HonoredEugene and Sook Ki Moon were honored in a Special Proclamation Ceremony in the Governor’s Chambers at the State Capitol. The Korean Library Foundation (KLF) founders were praised for their generosity and dedication in establishing a premier HSPLS Korean language collection at McCully-Moiliili Public Library. Gov. David Y. Ige presented the Proclamation to the Moons in celebration of the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary. In addition, through the efforts of Sen. Brickwood Galuteria, the Moons were honored and presented with a Senate Congratulatory Certificate.

In celebration of the Korean language collection’s milestone achievement, the Moons presented a $1 million pledge to the HSPLS and Foundation. This very generous gesture will ensure access to Korean language materials for future library users.

Photo CaptiVIP Group-Moon's $1 million pledgeon: Korean Library Foundation founders Eugene and Sook Ki Moon (center) presented a $1 million pledge to HSPLS and the Foundation at a Special Proclamation Ceremony. The Moons were honored on the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary by Gov. David Y. Ige, State Librarian Stacey Aldrich, Republic of Korea Consul General Young-Hoon Kang and other dignitaries.