The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Korea (MOFA) and Arirang TV are holding a 3-minute video contest about Korea. With the topic of "To me, Korea is…." it's time to share your passion for Korea through film! LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!
KOFICE (Korea Foundation for International Culture Exchange) is pleased to support various events of communities of Korean Culture to vitalize their development.
We look forward to have your attention and applications until 16th March (Sun).
As Korea.net’s honorary reporters, Worldwide Korea Bloggers are tasked with the mission of disseminating unique, real-time perspectives about the multifaceted Korean world! Don’t miss this opportunity to have a global exchange with people from around the world!
The Korean Book Review Competition is an annual Korean book review writing competition for schools in Australia, hosted by the Korean Cultural Office. With big prizes up for grabs and a chance to test your Korean skills, make sure to enter the 2014 edition!
You can support those affected by the recent bushfires that hit NSW by becoming a KCO member in November & December 2013. The KCO will be donating all revenue generated from membership fees to the Bushfire Relief Funds. Join and show your support today!
Experience a night of scares and nightmares as HALLOWEEN comes to Cinema on the Park! Freaky food, slimy snacks, thrills and kills will great you, plus win great prizes for BEST DRESSED. Book your seat for this free event, which includes a screening of the all-time great horror flick A TALE OF TWO SISTERS! Oct 31st 5:30pm
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and Arirang TV are holding a video contest about Korea! Of the three topics, you can select one and make a 3-minute video clip sharing your experiences, impressions and anything else you wish to show about Korea. The Grand Prize winner will be awarded a Korean brand car!
To commemorate Hangul Proclamation Day we cordially invite KCO language students to ‘Korean Culture Night’, introducing knowledge on the creation of Hangul and an opportunity to experience a variety of Korean culture including food, traditional games, traditional costumes and many others!
The KCO recently held this entertaining cultural event designed to bring Korean culture to rural schools in NSW! The trial program proved a great success and helped introduce more young people to the wonders of Korean cooking, craft making and traditional experiences.
‘2013 Korean Speech Contest in Australia’ is now open for University/College/TAFE students, interested in the language and culture! Apply and win a Certificate of Award and Return Flight Tickets to Korea!