K-pop Suomi ry is a Finnish registered association whose objective is to be a base to the k-pop community on a national level. It was founded on January 20, 2015 by six k-pop fans. Since then we have held several events to bring Finnish k-pop fans together. The association has grown in numbers and as a community over the years. We aspire to evolve even more!


  • Chairman: Anna Wallin

  • Vice Chairman: Mari Kim

  • Secretary: Miki Soini

  • Treasurer: Katariina Tuomisto

  • Ida Kokko

  • Rimin Kivikari 

  • Erika Lampi

  • Elina Routi


K-CON SUOMI is the first all-day event focused on Korean popular culture in Finland. It has been held four times since 2015 by K-pop Suomi ry. K-CON SUOMI 2019 will be held on Saturday, August 10th at Tampere-talo Yliopistonkatu 55, Tampere. We offer many dance-related programs, lectures, a flea market, sellers’ stalls, karaoke and more! 

K-CON SUOMI 2019 is sold out.

Most of the staff is fluent in English. Some programs such as lectures are held in Finnish but most activities are English-speaker-friendly!


Tampere Hall is located in central Tampere, and it’s less than one kilometer away from the railwaystation and the bus station. The nearest bus stops are on Yliopistonkatu, Kalevantie right next to the university and Itsenäisyydenkatu.

The fare for the bus for two zones for an adult or youth is 3,50€. For kids (under 16 years old) it’s 1,50€. In buses you can only pay in cash. You can also buy mobile tickets or day tickets.

More info from the Tampere’s public transportation site and the journey guide
More info for arrival to Tampere Hall


K-PARTY is a k-pop party thrown at Kulttuuriareena Gloria in Helsinki. It has been held three times in wintertime in 2017, 2018 and 2019. The party has a DJ playing new and old k-pop hits with a few dance performances in between. Stay tuned for the next K-PARTY!


K-pop Rookie Battle is a dance competition for beginners by K-pop Suomi ry. It was held for the first time on Saturday May 5, 2018 at Kulttuuritalo Fanny in Vaasa. The competition had two categories: one for groups with 3 or more members and one for solo dancers and duos.

K-pop Suomi ry on voittoa tavoittelematon yhdistys.