Korean Cultural Center Washington DC
Hallyu Camp 2014:
Experience Korea Together  


August 11 -15 (Mon-Fri) | 9 am - 4:30 pm 

Calling all teenage Korean pop culture fans! Take a deep dive into the Korean Wave with Hallyu Camp 2014, a 5-day immersion daycamp exploring the country, people, and society from which Korean pop culture originates. 
Campers will make new friends, both Korean and American, and experience together what it means to be Korean through fun workshops, lessons, activities, and creative projects related to Korean traditional and pop culture.


This year's Hallyu Camp is bigger and better than ever, with a new organizing partner, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and a new venue: the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, College Park! Download the complete course outline, view past years' photos, and start your registration at the link below.


  • K-Pop music and dance workshops
  • Experience traditional Korean culture that shapes pop culture
  • Learn Korean expressions, etiquette, and customs
  • Collaborate with Korean intern partners on creative projects 
  • Prepare a meal with a Korean chef
  • Korean Hanbok and traditional music workshops
  • Learn the basics of the Korean language
...and more!

: August 11 -15 (Mon-Fri) | 9 am - 4:30 pm

Before and after care available, 7 am - 6pm
Tuition: $150 per student | Korean lunch provided

Participants: 20-30 campers, ages 13-19, + intern partners

Schedule/Outline: Visit our site or download PDF here

RegistrationVisit our site or contact Adam Wojciechowicz at AWOJ@koreaembassy.org or (202) 587-6168. 

Upcoming & Local Events*

7th Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert & Vigil 

Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

Saturday, July 26, 2014 @ 6:25 p.m. 
Remember727, together with the Korean Cultural Center, hosts its 7th Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert & Vigil to honor the sacrifices of Korean War Veterans, to remember the 'Forgotten Victory,' and to hope for peace on the Korean Peninsula and elsewhere conflict persists. Details here.


Cranes & Clouds: 
The Korean Art of Ceramic Inlay
Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution

Featuring a variety of Korea's most stunning ceramics from the  Goryeo and Joseon dynasties, and an exploration of the ancient techniques used to craft them since the 10th century. For more information, visit the Freer's website here. Also be sure to check out the National History Museum's acclaimed Korea Gallery.


*Upcoming and local events are not necessarily sponsored by or affiliated with the Korean Cultural Center. Know of an upcoming Korea-related event? Email AWOJ@koreaembassy.org to let us know.     


The Korean Cultural Center at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, also known as KORUS House, is dedicated to promoting Korean culture and strengthening Korea-US ties through a variety of exhibitions, presentations, educational programs, partnerships, and support for local events in the Capital area. KORUS House also distributes free informational materials about Korea and manages  www.KoreaCultureDC.org. Walk-in guests are welcome Monday to Friday, 9 am to noon and 1:30 to 5:30 pm. 


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Korean Cultural Center
Washington, D.C.

2370 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20008




Public Hours:
Monday - Friday
9 am-noon & 1:30 - 5:30 pm
*except national holidays