For those who love Korean culture or are still in the process of discovering how awesome it is (where have you been all this time?), the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will be celebrating Hangeul Day on Oct. 8 at the 2F Mancor Corporate Building, 32nd St. Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

There will be a Korean Calligraphy activity wherein you will be taught to paint a fan with Korean characters, a photo booth, a Hangeul Freedom Wall, and what I’m really looking forward to, the 2011 Pinoy KPOP Star Finals!

The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will be releasing details on how to register for this free event so do check out their Facebook HERE and their Twitter HERE for more details.

 

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

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  1. Jericho says:

    The Photobooth is my favorite but calligraphy is very interesting! Mark your calendars people. Thanks!

    P.S. Do you guys know someone who speaks fluent Korean & conversational English? There’s a job opportunity for Koreans in TeleTech as Technical Support. Get as much as P20K when you successfully refer them for TeleTech’s multilingual account. Just contact 0906-2383870 or tell them to apply at TeleTech Makati, 10th Floor, Eco Plaza Bldg., Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati City from Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm.

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