The Korean Cultural Center Washington DC is pleased to announce Hallyu Camp 2012, a 5-day cultural immersion experience for fans of Korean pop culture, August 6-10.
Korean Pop Culture, including K-pop music, dramas, and movies, has become a global phenomenon in recent years, growing a passionate fan community that spans cultures and languages worldwide. The term hallyu, or Korean Wave, has come to encompass all of these trending genres.
Hallyu Camp 2012, offered through the embassy's King Sejong Institute Washington DC, is designed to give fans of Korean pop culture in the Washington DC region a deeper understanding of the country, people, and society from which Korean pop culture originates. Students will experience Korea through a variety of interactive workshops, lessons, discussions, and creative projects related to Korean traditional and pop culture, led by professional instructors and cultural experts.
For a complete schedule and description of the program, download the course outline below.
Korean Cultural Center, Embassy of the Republic of Korea
King Sejong Institute Washington DC
August 6 – 10 (Mon – Fri), 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Supervised study space is available for youth particpants before and after, 9am to 5:30pm.
Korean Cultural Center Washington DC
2370 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington DC 20008
Participants: 15 maximum, age 13+
No experience required. High school and college students welcome.
$230 for 5 days / 30 hours UPDATED
- Register by July 30 to receive a $30 discount.
- Invite a friend/family to register for an additional $20 discount.
Adam Wojciechowicz | AWOJ@koreaembassy.org | (202) 587-6168
How to Register:
Please email The Contact above, providing the name and age of each participant. You will receive a response within one business day. Check our website for registration status, updates, and details at www.dynamic-korea.com or go directly to www.tinyurl.com/HallyuCamp.
HALLYU CAMP 2012 - COURSE OUTLINE (view or download below)
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