The Korean Embassy’s Cultural Center in Washington, D.C will host “Hallyu Camp 2012” next month.
This is an opportunity to promote Korean culture and its strengths, as well as allow for participants to experience Korean culture first hand and learn more about why it is becoming increasingly popular all around the world.
This camp will include education on Korean societal values, K-Pop dance and song workshops, introductions to Korean etiquette, Kimchi making classes and opportunities to experience Korean pop culture first hand in the United States. Anyone above the age of 13 is allowed to attend and the participation fee for this 1-week cultural immersion/education camp is $230 USD.
The camp starts August 6 at 9:30am and will be held until August 10 at 3:30pm. You can find all the information on the embassy’s website at www.dynamic-korea.com or directly at www.tinyurl.com/HallyuCamp .