More of floor plans actually. Ha ha ha!

The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines has released artist renditions of their facilities. Located at the 2nd Floor of the Mancor Corporate Center, 32nd St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City – this hub for Korean culture is expected to open next month.

The Cooking Classroom will be a full-furnished and functioning kitchen specifically made to host Korean cooking classes and demonstrations. It will be able to accommodate a maximum of 10 students for each cooking class.

There will also be a Cultural Classroom that will be able to seat a around 30 to 40 students. This is envisioned as a venue for cultural exchange and learning.

Of course, one of the key facilities in the Korean Cultural Center is the Language Classroom that will be able to house Korean language lessons for up to 20 students.

There will also be a Korean Library to serve as a resource center containing over a thousand book titles and media. This wide variety of materials will include language and history books, Korean entertainment and Korean drama DVDs, and even traditional and pop CDs.

I’m quite impressed with the plans and artist perspective for the Korean Center in the Philippines. I can’t wait to see this hub for Korean cultural exchange when it opens to the public next month (Oh please send me an invite!) This is a testament to how much Korea really is showcasing their culture to the Philippines. I look forward to all their future activities. Oh, and do follow the center through their official Twitter account at @KCCPHIL for the latest updates.

Thanks to the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines for the photos.

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15 responses »

  1. shella laila rose says:

    how can we enroll for your free classes?

  2. mariz says:

    is it really for free? when will it start? 🙂 im very excited to learn on how to speak korean fluently.and specially how to cook korean cuisine.. :)))

  3. Soo Jin says:

    i want join korean class next enrollment…………………… coz i want talk more to my korean friends when they are in philippines

  4. Marianne says:

    My name is Marianne and I am a graduate student majoring in Korea Studies. I just want to ask if you have intermediate language classes available at the Center. I studied intensively for one year in Sogang University in Seoul and now that I am back here I don’t have much opportunities to use my Korean and I am losing it gradually. The library sounds good as well since I am doing a research on Korean migration. Can’t wait!

  5. vhin says:

    how can i join the session? 😀 i’m very interested in learning their language and foods specially i’m an HRM student 😀

  6. Lhian cruz says:

    Hi..i want to learn korean language im hoping 2 be informed on how 2 join ur free classes..tnx..

  7. aica garcia says:

    hi….im interested to learn how to cook a korean cuisine,how can i join? when it will start?tnx….

  8. leana encila says:

    hello i really want to learn how to speak korean language.. when is th next enrollment?kamsahamnida!

  9. Pres says:

    Oh! I thought it is a new proposed floor for KCC. But as I look in it is the current layout of the KCC. I hope they can expand their classes and the location as well to accommodate more students.

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