The Busan Foundation for International Activities (BFIA) will hold its monthly Hallyu Cultural Class 2015 for foreigners residing in Busan.
The date of the classes will be announced every month.
For those who would like to attend the Hallyu Cultural Class, please register by calling the BFIA at 051-668-7909, emailing email@example.com (contact person: Jang Hae-gu) or visiting the BFIA Center in person.
Those wishing to register must also provide their full name, nationality, name of any school they are attending, email address and contact details.
2015 Hallyu Cultural Class
|March||K-pop dance I||Learn popular dances|
|April||K-pop dance II||Learn popular dances|
|May||Korean Cooking Class I||Learn how to make Bulgogi, Pajeon|
|June||Korean Cooking Class II||Learn how to make fish cake, Tteokbokki|
|August||Korean style makeup||Learn how to give the skin a natural, radiant glow while keeping it hydrated and soft|
|September||Korean hair styles||Learn about hair care and hair styling|
|October||Hallyu concert or attending the closing ceremony of BIFF||Meet celebrities, firsthand experience of Hallyu culture|
|November||Korean Cultural Experience I||Learn about Korean etiquette, including wearing a hanbok|
|December||Korean Cultural Experience II||Learn how to make soap using natural materials|
Hallyu Cultural Class in March: K-pop Dance II
○ For whom: Busan-based foreign students
○ Date & Time: Friday, April 24, 2015, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
○ Place: YOU CAN DANCE Institute (near Kyungsung University)
○ Free admission
○ Number of Participants: Approximately 40 people on a first come, first served basis
Class contents: Learning popular dances to BIGBANG’s “Fantastic Baby”
Please wear comfortable clothes for dancing.
For more information, please visit the BFIA website at http://www.bfia.or.kr/english/main/main.asp
Source: Busan City News
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