Tallinn King Sejong Institute will organise Korean culture events on 11 April, where participants will have an opportunity to try on unique Korean traditional costume Hanbok, experience K-Pop and learn about Korean popular songs and dances, practice Hangul calligraphy writing and experience delicious Korean Cuisine.
King Sejong Institute (TKSI) activities are dedicated to teaching the Korean culture and Korean language as a foreign language. In summer 2015, Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) and King Sejong Institute Foundation (Republic of Korea) signed an Agreement that entrusted TUT to operate Tallinn King Sejong Institute under the institutional umbrella of Department of International Relations and its Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies. For the designation of a King Sejong Institute in 2015, a total of 70 educational institutions from 31 countries submitted their applications to King Sejong Institute Foundation, and TUT became one of 16 proud winners.
Information about the event:
When: 11 April 2017 at 15:00 – 17:00
Where: TUT, Main Building Lobby, Ehitajate tee 5
Event on Facebook.