One of the main challenge for immigrant parents is that they often have a different cultural perspective from their children. Korean immigrant parents specifically may feel it is difficult to maintain a good relationship with their children due to the vast differences between the Korean culture and the mainstream American culture, the latter of which Korean children are often accustomed. The purpose of this study was to design and implement the education intervention workshop for Korean immigrant parents to increase the quality of their communication skills with their children. A total of 16 participants participated of the workshops. The workshop was composed in two different parts; the first part focused on acculturation and the second part focused on communication skills. This workshop used Arnett Caregiver Interaction Scale to measure the participants’ interaction style with their children, which was completed both before and after the workshop. The East Asian Acculturation Measurement (EAAM) was used to measure participants’ acculturation level. The expectation was that participants’ acculturation level will impact on their parenting style. Based on their current acculturation level, the participants expected to seek the better way to communicate with their children to decrease the distances with their children. The impact of the workshop on the participants was evaluated through the participant’s satisfaction survey. The results overall indicate that the workshop was successful. Significant changes were detected in the parent-child interaction style from pre-test to post test.