Korean History and Culture Seminar for Educators

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


If you have questions, please email MaryConnor@sbcglobal.net (Co-founder, former director, and advisor).

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