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   The Korean Conservative Political Action Conference (KCPAC) was established in 2019 to protect and preserve conservative values and fight against the pervasive threat of authoritarian socialism in the Republic of Korea. As the official partner of the American Conservative Union’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), it engages in educational activities at the grassroots level and fosters active collaboration between American and Korean policy leaders by holding its annual flagship event in Seoul, South Korea.

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Annie Chan
Founder and Honorary Chair

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Grant Newsham
President of KCPAC

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KCPAC has successfully participated in CPAC 2022 Orlando as a presenting sponsor while hosting a standing-room-only breakout session, and having two speakers on the main stage at this year’s event -- all to explain and inform about the situation on the Korean Peninsula.  KCPAC will continue to fight against the ‘fake peace’ initiatives that are being pushed by North Korea and leftist politicians in South Korea and the U.S. -- and that increases the likelihood of conflict in Northeast Asia. KCPAC is also proud to have played a significant role in educating South Korean grassroots movements on the values of conservatism and election integrity that contributed to the election of President-elect Yoon Seok-youl. KCPAC will continue fighting to promote and preserve conservative values here in the U.S. and South Korea in 2022 with more events and projects.

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KCPAC participated and successfully hosted various events in 2021, including CPAC 2021 in both Orlando, FL and Dallas, TX, the IRF Summit 2021, and various webinars. KCPAC's sole mission is to fight against communism and socialism, strengthen the US-ROK alliance, and restore true democracy in South Korea and the United States. In 2021, one of KCPAC's highest priorities was to educate US Congressional members on the dangers of H.R. 3446, which calls for fake peace with North Korea and could eventually undermine stability on the Korean Peninsula. KCPAC is committed to honor and uphold the true value of democracy until true peace is achieved on the Korean Peninsula and beyond.

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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, KCPAC fought for true democratic values and electoral integrity as South Korea faced an unprecedented amount of election invalidity lawsuits against the April 15, 2020 general election results. KCPAC successfully held KCPAC 2020 virtually and participated in events like CPAC 2020 in Pennsylvania and hosted a press conference at the National Press Club warning the US of possible election manipulation in the November 2020 presidential election, just as South Korea had seen in their April general election.

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2019 was a significant year for KCPAC as it held its first inaugural event in Seoul, South Korea, attended by prominent figures from the United States, including Matt Schlap, chairman of ACU. KCPAC was founded with the purpose of bringing conservatives together, fighting for true democracy in South Korea, as the values of democracy are being undermined by socialist threats. KCPAC's vision is to strengthen the US-ROK alliance and uphold democratic values in both South Korea and the United States.

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