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Korean Cultural Center Philippines: Experience Korea In The New Building Of KCC

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Korean Cultural Center Philippines has shown the world its Korean-style interiors and modern facilities that its future Filipino visitors will appreciate. In fact, the new and expanded Korean Cultural Center facility is jam-packed with amenities and places for a brighter future.

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A permanent interactive cultural exhibit on the ground level covers Hansik (Korean food), Hangul (Korean language), Hanbok (Korean national costume), and Korea’s well-known tourist sites.

They can practice writing their names in Hangul and use a virtual photo booth to try on different Hanbok designs. The large LED screen in the foyer area allowed visitors to enjoy the motion-graphitized traditional content provided by the National Museum of Korea.


The KCC library, which has a large collection of 6,000 books and other resources connected to Korean culture, is located on the mezzanine, where anyone can read Korean literature, listen to Korean music, or watch Korean shows. There are rooms, nooks, and areas set aside for those who wish to read and listen in peace and for children who want to read Korean children’s literature.


The second-floor houses specialist classrooms for Korean language, painting, and other K-culture-related studies and activities. KCC has consistently provided free Korean language and culture education to interested Filipinos, and the classrooms will be an ideal learning environment for them. Outside of the classes, there is also a common area where students can engage with one another.


KCC students can learn free sports, dances, and how to cook Korean food in the K-Studio and the Cooking Classroom on the third floor.

Students can borrow taekwondo uniforms, instruments, and other costumes from the storage area. Guests can also book the space for any Korean cultural event.


Finally, KCC’s exhibits and art installations are housed on the fifth floor. This year, it is home to the Philippines’ first kinetic media art installation, “Punghwa: Light of ASEAN,” developed by the Korean interactive design firm SILO Lab, an interactive media art studio. It was inspired by the Philippines’ and Korea’s shared love of light culture. Through immersive imagery such as lights and music, the installation sends a message of hope and bravery for a normal future despite the ongoing crisis.

Watch our video of the NEW KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER

𝐀𝐝𝐝𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐬: 59 Bayani Road, Taguig City.

𝐎𝐩𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐇𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐬: 9:00 to 16:00 every Monday to Friday and 10:00 to 16:00 every Saturday.

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Jacque is a travel, food and lifestyle blogger. At the age of 20, she started exploring instagrammable places, discovering fascinating cultures, trying various cuisines, and taking amazing photos from local and international travel destinations. Alongside her adventures, she passionately creates Hallyu content.

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    Rowena Callo Villareno

    June 14, 2022 at 12:43 pm

    Grabe kahit yung kcc library na lang yung mapuntahan nakaka amazed na😍

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    Apart Cy

    June 15, 2022 at 5:36 am

    Ang ganda dito sa korean cultural center 💯✨nakakaenjoy naman pumunta po dito,nakakaamazed!!

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