For all those who have been asking me about the 2012 term for the different language and culture classes, here’s what you’ve been all waiting for. The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines has officially announced that they will have the registration for the classes from Jan. 24 to 26.
The different classes highlight both traditional and contemporary Korean culture. These include Korean language classes (with Basic, Elementary 1, and Elementary 2 classes); Traditional Dance, Taekwondo (with Basic and Advanced Classes); Danso (Korean Flute); Samulnori (Korean Percussion); Traditional Korean Music and Games (Introductory); Korean Songs (Introductory), K-Pop Singing Class; K-Pop Dancing Class (with Basic and Advanced Classes); and Korean Cooking Classes.
Each of the classes have corresponding materials fees that are quite minimal ranging from P200, P500 to P700.The classes will start on February and will end on April.
Because of the high demand for these classes, the registration period will be divided by the following:
Jan 24 AM: Language Classes
Jan 24 PM: Traditional Dance, Taekwondo, Danso, Experiencing Korean Culture Through Traditional Music & Games, Exploring Korean Culture through Korean Songs, Samulnori, and Cooking Classes
Jan 25 AM & PM: K-pop Dance Classes, K-pop Singing, and Cooking classes
Jan. 26 AM & PM: All classes with remaining slots.
Do note that the registration for each day is only from 9am to 6pm. However, I strongly advise everyone to go there early because there are a lot of people who are interested in the different classes. For further details, please read HERE and HERE. I will also try my best to answer some of your questions if I can since I am nice to all my loyal readers. ^^
Thanks to the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines for the photos.