The National Korean Studies Seminar and the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles are offering fellowships to attend the 16th annual free seminar on Korean history and culture for K-16 educators from June 22-26, 2020. Participants will learn about Korean art, history, language, literature, music, philosophy and religion from prominent scholars and receive copies of Teaching East Asia: Korea and over 40 Power Point lectures. They will visit a Buddhist temple, make rhythmic sounds on Korean drums, create Korean folk art, eat delicious Korean food, perform taekwondo techniques and witness a beautiful traditional tea ceremony.The fellowship includes a hotel stay for six nights in Koreatown L.A., breakfast and lunch for five days, and transportation to and from their hotel to the seminar location.
Four teachers will receive $250 awards. USC Continuing Education Units are available. For more information, registration and an application, access the National Korean Studies website: http://koreanseminar.org/register
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