There are many ways that you an experience the spirit of Korean culture, and here is the most interesting first approach we warmly recommend, the 한글서예 Korean Calligraphy. Korean calligraphy is the Korean tradition of artistic writing in 한글 Hangeul.
For more information see the Calligraphy Class page.
There are many ways that you can experience the spirit of Korean culture, and here is the most interesting first approach we warmly recommmend, the 한국화 Hanguk-hwa Korean Painting
For more information see the Painting Class page.
Many Australians may have attended a Korea BBQ with a friend or for a work meeting and enjoyed what they tasted of Korean food. But do you know what dishes they were? How to cook them? Look no further, our Korean Cooking classes held in the KCO’s state of the art kitchen will solve this problem. Learn how to make your favourite dishes like Bibimbap or Bulgogi or discover the mysteries of making 10 different types of Kimchi! Class run by Heather Jeong
For more information see the Cooking Class page.
We are excited to announce a new Korean Banquet Style Cooking Experience program at the KCO! Discover a variety of traditional dishes utilising Australia's fresh produce and high quality ingredients, so you can make Korean cuisine in your very own home! Class run by Jay Lee
For more information see the Cuisine Experience page.
- Haegeum Class
- Janggu Class
- Sunmudo Class