August 18, 2022

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines will start three face-to-face classes on July 20.

It will introduce Cooking Class, Korean Traditional Dance Class and Taekwondo Class that will all be held at its new building at 59 Bayani Road, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.

The classes were selected due to popular demand from both the center’s visitors as well as from the interest of the public.

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines will offer face-to-face classes on cooking, traditional dance and taekwondo starting July 20 (KCC)

The schedule of KCC’s cooking, taekwondo and traditional dance classes (KCC)

The Cooking Class will be taught by KCC teacher Lily Min who also handled previous cooking classes. The class will be held at the KCC’s new Cooking Classroom and will teach 16 students per class.

Under the curriculum, students will be taught different Korean food cooking techniques and the history and social culture of Korea through food. Interested participants can select the menu for eight weeks they would like to join upon registration.

KCC’s teacher Kim Hyo-jun, the president of the Korea Taekwondo Association in the Philippines, will handle the Taekwondo Class. It will be held at the new K-Studio and will teach 30 students in total.

There will be two sessions of Taekwondo classes on Saturday and 30 students will have a level test on the first day to divide the group into two sessions. It will touch upon the deeply rooted discipline and martial arts centered in Korean culture. It also includes the strengthening of the mind and the body and learning the etiquette associated with it.

The Korean Traditional Dance Class will be taught by teacher Jo Jang-eun who handled previous classes. The class will be held at the new K-Studio, the same as the Taekwondo class, and will teach 15 students in total on Saturday.

There will be one session a week and its curriculum will delve on the history and social culture of Korea through its music and dance, particularly Buchaechum or “Fan Dance” which drew influences from traditional Korean folk dances.

All Cultural Classes will be held from July 20 to Sept. 17. The students will be selected from a first apply, first slot basis via forms that will be released on KCC’s official Facebook account on July 13 at 10 AM.

No fees will be paid by any student for the whole duration of the class, and materials needed for the classes such as ingredients, uniforms and gears are also provided for by KCC.

KCC currently offers free Korean Language classes with a hybrid setup.

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines will start three face-to-face classes on July 20.

It will introduce Cooking Class, Korean Traditional Dance Class and Taekwondo Class that will all be held at its new building at 59 Bayani Road, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.

The classes were selected due to popular demand from both the center’s visitors as well as from the interest of the public.

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines will offer face-to-face classes on cooking, traditional dance and taekwondo starting July 20 (KCC)

The schedule of KCC’s cooking, taekwondo and traditional dance classes (KCC)

The Cooking Class will be taught by KCC teacher Lily Min who also handled previous cooking classes. The class will be held at the KCC’s new Cooking Classroom and will teach 16 students per class.

Under the curriculum, students will be taught different Korean food cooking techniques and the history and social culture of Korea through food. Interested participants can select the menu for eight weeks they would like to join upon registration.

KCC’s teacher Kim Hyo-jun, the president of the Korea Taekwondo Association in the Philippines, will handle the Taekwondo Class. It will be held at the new K-Studio and will teach 30 students in total.

There will be two sessions of Taekwondo classes on Saturday and 30 students will have a level test on the first day to divide the group into two sessions. It will touch upon the deeply rooted discipline and martial arts centered in Korean culture. It also includes the strengthening of the mind and the body and learning the etiquette associated with it.

The Korean Traditional Dance Class will be taught by teacher Jo Jang-eun who handled previous classes. The class will be held at the new K-Studio, the same as the Taekwondo class, and will teach 15 students in total on Saturday.

There will be one session a week and its curriculum will delve on the history and social culture of Korea through its music and dance, particularly Buchaechum or “Fan Dance” which drew influences from traditional Korean folk dances.

All Cultural Classes will be held from July 20 to Sept. 17. The students will be selected from a first apply, first slot basis via forms that will be released on KCC’s official Facebook account on July 13 at 10 AM.

No fees will be paid by any student for the whole duration of the class, and materials needed for the classes such as ingredients, uniforms and gears are also provided for by KCC.

KCC currently offers free Korean Language classes with a hybrid setup.

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