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6/25/15 The Korean War Memorial at Penn’s Landing

6/25/15 The Korean War Memorial at Penn’s Landing

In partnership with the Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia, Councilman At-Large David Oh held a Memorial Ceremony in honor of the 65th Anniversary of the Korean War. Veterans were presented with medals from the Korean Consulate of New York on behalf of the Korean government.

6/10/15 City Council declares support of $70 million in education funding

6/10/15 City Council declares support of $70 million in education funding

Councilman Oh identified $105 million in over appropriation and had planned to introduce an amendment in a City Council meeting but was unable to. Fellow law makers announced their support of three bills that would allot $70 million for Philadelphia education.

6/6/15 Council hears of problems from hepatitis in Phila.

6/6/15 Council hears of problems from hepatitis in Phila.

City Council has officially designated May as Hepatitis Awareness Month, calling for testing of all high-risk residents. Councilman Oh explained that hepatitis B and C are easily identified and a large portion of the infected population are not aware.

5/28/15 School District's budget request gets a skeptical hearing from Council

5/28/15 School District's budget request gets a skeptical hearing from Council

Council made clear their doubts about allocating the extra $103 that The Philadelphia School District requested. Councilman Oh said, "One of the problems I have is a lack of creativity in finding out where the money is going to come from."

6/11/15 Oh Picking Up More GOP Rank And File

6/11/15 Oh Picking Up More GOP Rank And File

6/19/15 An Estimated 65,000 Philadelphians Are Living with Chronic Hepatitis B or C, and Most Go Und

6/19/15 An Estimated 65,000 Philadelphians Are Living with Chronic Hepatitis B or C, and Most Go Und

Councilman Oh and Nina Ahmad, PhD, Chair of the Mayor’s Commission for Asian American Affairs and a member of President Obama’s President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, have committed to planning a City Council hearing to discuss the next steps for improving screening and linkage to care in Philadelphia.

6/4/15 Hepatitis B Foundation to Urge Philadelphia Leaders to Make Viral Hepatitis Prevention a Loca

6/4/15 Hepatitis B Foundation to Urge Philadelphia Leaders to Make Viral Hepatitis Prevention a Loca

Representatives from the Hepatitis B Foundation urged City Council leaders to back increased testing for hepatitis B and hepatitis C in Philadelphia’s at-risk populations. Councilman Oh will issue a proclamation in support of the coalition’s mission to improve screening, prevention and treatment.

5/20/15 Philadelphia City Council Seats: Primary Winners

5/20/15 Philadelphia City Council Seats: Primary Winners

Winners of the City Council primary election.

5/11/15 | The 54th Global Gala: Korea After Party at International House Philadelphia

5/11/15 | The 54th Global Gala: Korea After Party at International House Philadelphia

The event featured food, arts, music and culture of Korea. There was a family style Korean-themed dinner, served family style, and a program honoring Councilman David Oh, Philadelphia’s first Asian city councilman.

5/10/15 | Korean Culture Celebrated At IHP Fundraising Gala

5/10/15 | Korean Culture Celebrated At IHP Fundraising Gala

Korean Culture took center stage Saturday night during International House Philadelphia’s 54th Global Gala. City Councilman At-Large David Oh, a Korean-American, was this year’s honoree.

5/9/15 | IHP Hosts Global Gala Fundraiser Highlighting Korean Culture

5/9/15 | IHP Hosts Global Gala Fundraiser Highlighting Korean Culture

International House Philadelphia celebrates a different country every year during their Global Gala fundraiser.This year Korean heritage takes center stage at the 54th Global Gala in West Philly.

5/1/15 | International House Philadelphia's Global Gala to Celebrate Korea

5/1/15 | International House Philadelphia's Global Gala to Celebrate Korea

This year's Global Gala honoree is David Oh, City Councilman At-Large. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Councilman Oh is a distinguished Korean-American who has made a positive impact in the community for more than 25 years.

4/29/15 | Could Infrared Technology Vaporize Potholes in Philly?

4/29/15 | Could Infrared Technology Vaporize Potholes in Philly?

Philadelphia City Councilman David Oh wants city government to use infrared technology to seal potholes.

4/26/15 | 데이빗 오 재선 위해 한인 영어권

4/26/15 | 데이빗 오 재선 위해 한인 영어권

데이빗 오의 필라시의원 재선을 위해 영어권 1.5세와 2세들이 나섰다.

4/22/15 | 5 City Council Candidates Were Invited to Talk Tech

4/22/15 | 5 City Council Candidates Were Invited to Talk Tech

For Philly Tech Week, we brought together Allan Domb, David Oh, Helen Gym, Tom Wyatt and Isaiah Thomas to ask them about economic development, open data and, yes, their favorite apps.

4/17/15 | 데이빗오 재선위해 필라한인사회 다시 뛴다

4/17/15 | 데이빗오 재선위해 필라한인사회 다시 뛴다

이민 1.5세대까지 네트워크 구성해 지원나서 기존 후원회도 한인사회에 적극적 지지호소

4/15/15 | ELEPHANT CORNER

4/15/15 | ELEPHANT CORNER

COUNCILMAN DAVID OH will introduce a bill to amend the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter addressing concerns about deteriorating bridges and other structures that are not owned by the City of Philadelphia.

4/14/15 | Philly's Path to Becoming an Energy Hub

4/14/15 | Philly's Path to Becoming an Energy Hub

City Council is applying serious energy to what it recognizes as Philadelphia’s best, immediate opportunity for significant economic development.

4/9/15 | Philadelphia Republican Party Continues its Rise from the Ashes in this Year’s Primary Elec

4/9/15 | Philadelphia Republican Party Continues its Rise from the Ashes in this Year’s Primary Elec

Yes, Readers, the May 19th Primary Election is also for Philly’s Republican Party.

4/8/15 | Philadelphia OPA Relaxes And Clarifies Requirements For Tax-Exempt Real Property Owners/Cit

4/8/15 | Philadelphia OPA Relaxes And Clarifies Requirements For Tax-Exempt Real Property Owners/Cit

Owners of exempt real estate in Philadelphia were surprised in January of this year to receive notices from the Office of Property Assessment (OPA) requiring both the completion of paperwork confirming the tax-exempt use of real estate, along with submission requirements, including organizational charters and by-laws, income expense statements, statements of assets and liabilities, descriptions of fundraising activities and other materials.

4/3/15 | 2세들 미래에 시의원 재선 정말 중요합니다

4/3/15 | 2세들 미래에 시의원 재선 정말 중요합니다

광역시의회 예비선거 출마 데이비드 오 의원 한인사회 정치력 신장 위해 적극적 지원 요청

3/23/15 | City Councilman Wants Streets Department Crackdown On ‘Orphaned Bridges’

3/23/15 | City Councilman Wants Streets Department Crackdown On ‘Orphaned Bridges’

A city councilman says Philadelphia has many bridges and overpasses that are not owned by the city and are in dangerous condition. He now wants to update the Home Rule Charter to give the Streets Department more power to deal with the issue.

3/12/15 | Police: Robbers Using GPS, iPhones To Track Business Owners

3/12/15 | Police: Robbers Using GPS, iPhones To Track Business Owners

A scary string of high tech robberies have hit homes in Philadelphia, as thieves using GPS and iPhones, to their advantage.

2/28/15 | Document Requirement for Nonprofits Under Fire

2/28/15 | Document Requirement for Nonprofits Under Fire

Philadelphia's plan to bring in new revenue by requiring nonprofits and charities to justify their tax-exempt status is not receiving a warm reception.

2/26/15 | City Council Measures Aim to Ease Uproar over New Requirement for Philly Nonprofits

2/26/15 | City Council Measures Aim to Ease Uproar over New Requirement for Philly Nonprofits

As nonprofits in Philadelphia are being required by a new law to justify property tax breaks, members of City Council are trying to mitigate some of that pressure.

2/26/15 | Local Churches, Organizations Up In Arms Over Requirement They Prove Their Non-Profit Stat

2/26/15 | Local Churches, Organizations Up In Arms Over Requirement They Prove Their Non-Profit Stat

City Council is at odds with the Nutter Administration over a law that forces non-profits in the city to prove they’re truly not for profit in order to continue being exempt from property taxes.

2/19/15 | Oh Campaign Dollars Lead GOP Hopefuls

2/19/15 | Oh Campaign Dollars Lead GOP Hopefuls

Councilman at Large David Oh has raised $68,961, bringing his cash on hand to $80,865, the largest amount out of those running in the Republican at-large City Council race.

2/18/15 | Philadelphia Finally Gets a Veterans Parade

2/18/15 | Philadelphia Finally Gets a Veterans Parade

Believe it or not, Philadelphia did not have an official Veterans Parade until now. That’s right: The city where American democracy got its start did not have a citywide parade to honor its veterans. U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, philanthropist/Inquirer owner H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, City Council President Darrell Clarke, City Councilman David Oh and other city officials announced Wednesday morning that that will change this year.

2/8/15 | 200 Attend Fundraiser for 'Wild Bill' Statue

2/8/15 | 200 Attend Fundraiser for 'Wild Bill' Statue

The fund-raiser was hosted by the Guarnere family and City Councilman David Oh at Canstatter Volksfest-Verein, a German banquet facility in Torresdale.

2/6/15 | Efforts To Bring Statue Of WWII Veteran ‘Wild Bill’ Guarnere To Philadelphia Take Another S

2/6/15 | Efforts To Bring Statue Of WWII Veteran ‘Wild Bill’ Guarnere To Philadelphia Take Another S

Efforts to bring a statue of William “Wild Bill” Guarnere to Philadelphia took another step towards becoming a reality Friday night, as a ‘Beef and Beer’ fundraiser was held at the Cannstatter to help bring in the cash needed for materials.

2/4/15 | ‘Wild Bill’ Fundraiser is Feb. 6

2/4/15 | ‘Wild Bill’ Fundraiser is Feb. 6

City Coun­cil­man Dav­id Oh vis­ited the re­cent meet­ing of the Lawn­crest Com­munity As­so­ci­ation, pro­mot­ing a beef-and-beer fun­draiser for the “Wild Bill” Guarnere Me­mori­al Statue. The fun­draiser will take place on Fri­day, Feb. 6, from 7 to 11 p.m. at Cannstat­ter’s, 9130 Academy Road.

2/1/15 | Council Action on Tax Credits, Energy and Zoning-Related Resolutions

2/1/15 | Council Action on Tax Credits, Energy and Zoning-Related Resolutions

Councilman David Oh introduced the highly-anticipated resolution authorizing the creation of the Special Committee on Energy Opportunities.

1/15/15 | David Oh Kickoff Seen Major Event

1/15/15 | David Oh Kickoff Seen Major Event

A major fundraiser and reelection announcement will jam the Union League Wednesday, Jan. 21st, from 6 to 8 p.m. on behalf of Republican Councilman at Large and Council minority whip David Oh.

1/13/15 | SEPTA Considers Platform Screen Doors for El, Broad Street Line

1/13/15 | SEPTA Considers Platform Screen Doors for El, Broad Street Line

Glass doors on El and Broad Street Line platforms would be paid for by a Korean company looking to move into the U.S. market. They offer several advantages.

1/12/15 | Philadelphia Koreans Seek Permanent Korean American Day Designation

1/12/15 | Philadelphia Koreans Seek Permanent Korean American Day Designation

Philadelphia is gearing up to celebrate Korean American Day on Jan. 13 for the second year running.

12/12/14 | Councilman Convenes Grassroots-Donor Symposium

12/12/14 | Councilman Convenes Grassroots-Donor Symposium

City Councilman David Oh this week sponsored his third annual symposium to match charitable donors to community groups looking for funding.

12/7/14 | Councilman Wants Real Estate Taxes Owed to City

12/7/14 | Councilman Wants Real Estate Taxes Owed to City

Councilman David Oh has introduced an intriguing way of dealing with the city’s dwindling tax revenue: simply expedite the collection of real estate taxes owed to the city.

12/4/14 | U.S. House and Senate support Renaming VA Center after West Oak Lane War Hero [updated]

12/4/14 | U.S. House and Senate support Renaming VA Center after West Oak Lane War Hero [updated]

The Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center could soon be renamed in honor of the city's lone Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War.

12/4/14 | POLS ON THE STREET

12/4/14 | POLS ON THE STREET

US Sen. Pat Toomey meets with Councilman David Oh and veterans regarding improving veterans’ health care.

12/2/14 | Philly Won’t Turn Over Tax Deadbeats to Bill Collectors

12/2/14 | Philly Won’t Turn Over Tax Deadbeats to Bill Collectors

Councilman David Oh’s proposal to crack down on tax deadbeats.

11/9/14 | Bill Approved In City Council Committee Hopes To Coax Philly Employers To Hire More Vets

11/9/14 | Bill Approved In City Council Committee Hopes To Coax Philly Employers To Hire More Vets

Philadelphia officials are looking to expand the tax credit that goes to local companies that hire veterans.

11/6/14 | Philadelphia City Council Focuses On Veterans’ Needs

11/6/14 | Philadelphia City Council Focuses On Veterans’ Needs

Earlier this year, Councilman at Large David Oh introduced a resolution, co-sponsored by all members of City Council, which officially declared 2014 as the Year of the Veteran in Philadelphia to celebrate the accomplishments as well as to continue to raise public awareness of issues related to veterans and the ongoing initiatives to serve those who have served.

10/27/14 | City Councilman Wants Performing Arts Groups To Set Aside Work For Local Acts

10/27/14 | City Councilman Wants Performing Arts Groups To Set Aside Work For Local Acts

A city councilman wants local performers to be guaranteed roles on stage when taxpayers help foot the bill for a play, musical or concert.

10/23/14 | Korean Company Will Pitch Platform Screen Doors to SEPTA

10/23/14 | Korean Company Will Pitch Platform Screen Doors to SEPTA

TIS Inc., a Korean-based company, will pitch platform screen doors to SEPTA in a meeting on Oct. 30, Councilman At-Large David Oh (R) told Metro. The kicker? KIS Inc. will pay to install them in order to get in the U.S. marketplace, with Philly as its litmus test.

10/21/14 | The PHL Live Center Stage Showcase Round Starts Tonight

10/21/14 | The PHL Live Center Stage Showcase Round Starts Tonight

The unique music festival/competition launched by Councilman-at-large David Oh is searching for the best talent in the Philadelphia area.

10/3/14 | Councilman Proposes Setting Stage for Local Takeover of Philly Schools

10/3/14 | Councilman Proposes Setting Stage for Local Takeover of Philly Schools

It may be a case of putting the cart before the horse, but a Philadelphia councilman is proposing requirements for a city school board.

10/3/14 | Council Calls for City to Retake Control of Public Schools

10/3/14 | Council Calls for City to Retake Control of Public Schools

Councilman David Oh introduced a resolution calling for the Pennsylvania General Assembly to reform the governance of public education in Philadelphia.

10/2/14 | POLS ON THE STREET

10/2/14 | POLS ON THE STREET

He sees “Philadelphia reemerging as one of America’s great cities. In order to ensure this, our City must expand its global reach to attract trade and investment that will generate new jobs, opportunities and development.”

9/25/14 | Council to D.C.: Just Rename the VA Hospital After War Hero from West Oak Lane Already

9/25/14 | Council to D.C.: Just Rename the VA Hospital After War Hero from West Oak Lane Already

Council members are expected to vote on a resolution sponsored by Councilman At-Large David Oh which formally urges "Further Action To Enact Legislation To Designate The Medical Center Of The Department Of Veterans Affairs Located At 3900 Woodland Avenue In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, As The Corporal Michael J. Crescenz Department Of Veterans Affairs Medical Center."

9/15/14 | Phila. City Council Explores Status of VA Health Care Reforms

9/15/14 | Phila. City Council Explores Status of VA Health Care Reforms

A Philadelphia City Council committee today dipped its toe into the national controversy over care at VA hospitals.

9/11/14 | Councilman Oh Announces Contest To Boost Local Artists

9/11/14 | Councilman Oh Announces Contest To Boost Local Artists

Councilman David Oh held a press conference in City Hall to announce the grand prize and category prizes for PHL LIVE Center Stage, his exciting new music initiative that provides local musicians with a real opportunity to gain recognition and success.

9/4/14 | Nutter Signs Bill Making It Easier For Moms To Pump Breast Milk At Work

9/4/14 | Nutter Signs Bill Making It Easier For Moms To Pump Breast Milk At Work

Mayor Nutter has signed a bill that requires all Philadelphia employers to give workers who are nursing mothers the space and time to pump milk while on the job.

8/8/14 | Councilman David Oh Launches PHL Live Music Competition

8/8/14 | Councilman David Oh Launches PHL Live Music Competition

The Office of Councilman At Large David Oh recently launched PHL Live Center Stage, a music competition highlighting Philadelphia’s top musical talent across multiple genres. The competition is structured across eight different musical genres, bringing diverse musicians together.

8/7/14 | David Oh Launches PHLLIVE

8/7/14 | David Oh Launches PHLLIVE

The Office of Councilman At Large David Oh recently launched PHL Live Center Stage, a music competition highlighting Philadelphia’s top musical talent across multiple genres. The competition is structured across eight different musical genres, bringing diverse musicians together.

7/28/14 | Philadelphia City Counciman David Oh Speaks at Fox

7/28/14 | Philadelphia City Counciman David Oh Speaks at Fox

David Oh, Philadelphia City Councilman, and Chair of the Committee on Global Opportunities and the Creative Economy, spoke on Feb 5, 2014, before the IB student association.

6/5/14 | Councilman Oh Amendment May Release $74 Million

6/5/14 | Councilman Oh Amendment May Release $74 Million

City Councilman at Large David Oh is proposing an amendment to the City's operating budget of $74,160,136. For the second year in a row, Councilman Oh has analyzed the Mayor's proposed budget to find patterns where money was allocated in excess of the needs of various departments.

5/5/14 | Watch City Council Hearing about IT Business Competitiveness

5/5/14 | Watch City Council Hearing about IT Business Competitiveness

Five Philadelphia technology community representatives testified before the City Council Committee on Global Opportunities and Creative/Innovative Economy in April. Watch the testimony and hear what was reported to Council.

4/9/14 | City Coun­cil­man In­tro­duces New De­lin­quent Tax Meas­ure

4/9/14 | City Coun­cil­man In­tro­duces New De­lin­quent Tax Meas­ure

City Coun­cil­man Dav­id Oh in­tro­duced a bill to auto­mat­ic­ally trans­fer de­lin­quent tax ac­counts to a qual­i­fied third party to en­sure great­er per­form­ance in col­lect­ing more than $500 mil­lion in de­lin­quent taxes.

4/8/14 | City Controller Faults Secrecy Amid School District’s Financial Mess

4/8/14 | City Controller Faults Secrecy Amid School District’s Financial Mess

At a city council budget hearing on Tuesday, Controller Alan Butkovitz was questioned by Councilman David Oh, who voiced frustration that council is rarely given a true sense of the school district’s financial books.

3/10/14 | City Council Declares 2014 “Year of the Veteran” in Philadelphia

3/10/14 | City Council Declares 2014 “Year of the Veteran” in Philadelphia

City Council has declared 2014 as the “Year of the Veteran” in Philadelphia, aimed at helping, highlighting, and supporting Veterans. Sunday night, three members of the City Council joined the leaders of area Veterans’ Agencies for a kick off ceremony at the National Liberty Museum.

3/5/14 | Coun­cil­man to Speak at Fox Chase Meet­ing

3/5/14 | Coun­cil­man to Speak at Fox Chase Meet­ing

City Coun­cil­man Dav­id Oh is ex­pec­ted to speak at the next meet­ing of the Fox Chase Homeown­ers As­so­ci­ation and Fox Chase Town Watch on Wed­nes­day, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Cpl. John Loudensla­ger Amer­ic­an Le­gion Post 366, 7976 Ox­ford Ave.

3/4/14 | City Council Questions Lack of Wheelchair Accessible Cabs

3/4/14 | City Council Questions Lack of Wheelchair Accessible Cabs

Last week, a group of City Council members came together to discuss the state of Philadelphia's cabs. Councilman David Oh led the discussion, asking if newer cabs, cabs with alternative fuel sources or bike racks, or wheelchair accessible cabs could be a "win, win for everyone in the city." The discussion quickly turned to the fact that Philadelphia, a city of 1.5 million people, only has seven wheelchair accessible cabs.

2/25/14 | Is There a Solution to the Philly Taxi Problem?

2/25/14 | Is There a Solution to the Philly Taxi Problem?

Two things that were apparent during a Tuesday committee hearing at City Hall: First, there’s just not a lot of love for the Philly taxi system— even among the people who work and earn their livings from it.

2/14/14 | 데이빗오, 필라시 세금줄이기 앞장

2/14/14 | 데이빗오, 필라시 세금줄이기 앞장

세금개혁법안 제출...급여소득세등 인하

2/8/14 | Councilman Introduces Bill That Would Cut City’s Wage Tax

2/8/14 | Councilman Introduces Bill That Would Cut City’s Wage Tax

A city councilman says Mayor Nutter needs to ramp up in a big way, by making cuts to the much-hated Philadelphia wage tax.

2/7/14 | Councilman: Reduce City Wage Tax

2/7/14 | Councilman: Reduce City Wage Tax

City Councilman David Oh has a plan that is sure to gain a lot attention: reduce the city wage tax.

12/6/13 | Councilman Proposes New Work Protections For Breastfeeding Mothers

12/6/13 | Councilman Proposes New Work Protections For Breastfeeding Mothers

New mothers in Philadelphia who pump breast milk after returning to work could get new job protections under a measure introduced in City Council.

11/11/13 | Phila. NAACP Hosts Veterans Day Awards

11/11/13 | Phila. NAACP Hosts Veterans Day Awards

The Philadelphia NAACP held its third annual Veterans Day Awards Luncheon on Monday to honor 10 of the city’s most influential veterans, and to recognize more than 100 courageous men and women who answered the nation’s call to service.

9/10/13 | Nutter Gives Up Fight Over Firefighters’ Award

9/10/13 | Nutter Gives Up Fight Over Firefighters’ Award

Councilman David Oh, who introduced legislation last spring that would coerce the city to honor the arbitrator’s decision and pay for it via the city’s General Fund, said it was in the city’s best interest to withdraw its appeal.

6/6/13 | In Symbolic Gesture, Council Overrides Nutter’s Veto

6/6/13 | In Symbolic Gesture, Council Overrides Nutter’s Veto

City Council members, in a defiant, yet mostly symbolic stance during Thursday’s public council proceedings, unanimously voted to override Mayor Michael Nutter’s veto of council’s decision to pay the Firefighter’s Union a contract the firefighters won in binding arbitration.

5/26/13 | Council Members Want More AVI Transparency

5/26/13 | Council Members Want More AVI Transparency

The emotionally-charged debate on the controversial real estate appraisal methodology of the Actual Value Initiative — AVI — has been ratcheted up to a new level, as City Council President Darrell Clarke, with an assist from council members Bobby Henon and David Oh, introduced a bill last week aimed at requiring the Office of Property Assessment for enhanced transparency and accuracy in its assessments.

3/8/13 | Lower AVI Tax Rate Proposed

3/8/13 | Lower AVI Tax Rate Proposed

As the Actual Value Initiative inches closer to reality, city council continues to wrestle with the implications of potentially large property tax increases for many of their constituents.

1/29/13 | Panel Discusses Black Filmmaking in Philly

1/29/13 | Panel Discusses Black Filmmaking in Philly

City Councilman-at-Large David Oh, through his Black Film Advisory Committee, presents “The Next Step: Black Filmmaking in Philadelphia.” One of the committee’s main objectives is to make Philadelphia a hub for aspiring filmmakers, and tomorrow’s free and interactive event will feature networking and an expert panel discussing what it takes to break into and succeed in the film industry from the Black perspective.

12/14/12 | Skateboarders to get Tougher Penalties

12/14/12 | Skateboarders to get Tougher Penalties

Those who damage art or memorials could face jail, $1,000 fine.

12/7/12 | Veterans Group Receives Honorary Citation

12/7/12 | Veterans Group Receives Honorary Citation

A group that is sponsoring a weekend retreat designed to help veterans heal the emotional wounds of combat was lauded this week by city council. Vets Journey Home received an honorary citation from council and special recognition from Councilman David Oh.

10/13/12 | Council Decries Teacher’s ‘Bullying’ over T-shirt

10/13/12 | Council Decries Teacher’s ‘Bullying’ over T-shirt

Councilman Oh praises superintendent’s handling of case.

9/24/12 | Officials on Asia Mission to Bring Korea Flights to Philadelphia Airport

9/24/12 | Officials on Asia Mission to Bring Korea Flights to Philadelphia Airport

City Councilman David Oh and Philadelphia airport chief executive Mark Gale are in Seoul to meet with top executives of South Korea's two largest airlines to discuss the possibility of starting direct flights between that country and Philadelphia.

7/26/12 | Oh Seeks Spotlight for Philadelphia

7/26/12 | Oh Seeks Spotlight for Philadelphia

If City Council has an ambassador, it’s Councilman David Oh, who has made it his mission to make sure Philadelphia has a place on the global stage.

5/31/12 | A Major Philadelphia Music Festival in 2013?

5/31/12 | A Major Philadelphia Music Festival in 2013?

G.W. Miller III talks to first-term at-large City Councilman David Oh, who wants Philadelphia to host a massive, week-long, city-wide music festival in 2013.

3/13/12 | SEPTA's Silverliner V Cars Finally Close to Complete at Hyundai Rotem Plant

3/13/12 | SEPTA's Silverliner V Cars Finally Close to Complete at Hyundai Rotem Plant

Councilman David Oh took City Council members on a tour today to learn about global commerce in Philadelphia.

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