If you are a Kpop fanatic you’re definitely one of those people who sing, dance, laugh, cry and go crazy over everything Korean. Do you know that you can learn the basics of being a total Korean fanatic at KCC? KCC means Korean Cultural Center and yes we have one here in the Philippines.
Here you can study basic Korean, elementary Korean 1 and elementary Korean 2. Well, so far these are the classes that I took. And of course Kpop singing class too. Very affordable enrollment fee ranges from P1k – P3k and they will show you the available classes being offered and you can choose the schedule that will suit you.
KCC is located at BGC Taguig, you can ride The Fort bus and take a 5 minute walk to get there. People in KCC are very accommodating. Today, July 25, 2014, they held a free movie showing at their hallyu wave hall. Oh well, the movie made us cry, laugh and learn. I had so much fun not to mention I won a prize from the raffle after the movie.
They are going to have Korean film festival in August or September which they do every year and in different locations in the Philippines. This is going to be fun because the movies are appreciated all over the world, there will be prizes and sometimes free snacks too. And yes, all the movies are free.
They also have contests like singing, dancing and quiz. I joined the quiz bee and had so much fun during the game because we also played traditional Korean games. The champion of the quiz will represent the Philippines who will join Quiz in Korea for the first time in Seoul.
She got $1000 for being the champion and will get the chance to take home that brand new car from Seoul. Let me brag about KCC pride Desire Choi, who is the teacher in Korean dance classes. She is the first runner up in Eat Bulaga’s My Foreignay.
And lastly, I will never miss to mention the Korean food. They also have cooking class where you can learn to cook Korean food for less than P500. You need to bring 2 containers so you can take your Korean food home and share it. I hope to see you soon at KCC and for more details you can check out their website phil.korean-culture.org. Anhyeong!