The resolution acknowledges the importance of acceptance and equality for various cultures in Rhode Island, highlighting the significant contributions of the Korean American community to the state's rich history and vitality. It recognizes the progress and global cultural influence of South Korea, including its leadership in democracy, economic development, and cultural phenomena such as Hallyu and K-pop. The resolution also honors the sacrifices of Korean War veterans from Rhode Island and the strategic alliance between the Republic of Korea and the United States.

The resolution declares May 21, 2024, as "Korea Day" in Rhode Island, expressing deep respect and appreciation for the Korean community's contributions to the state's diversity and economic health. It acknowledges the role of the Korean American Association of Rhode Island (KAARI) in promoting cultural exchange and international goodwill. The Secretary of State is directed to transmit certified copies of the resolution to KAARI and to Kim Jae-hui, the Consul General of the Republic of Korea in Boston, to commemorate the occasion.