The Royal Palaces are a significant part of Korean cultural heritage that represent the history and culture of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) during which the Five Royal Palaces remaining in Seoul were built.
Much to the delight of the Australian audiences, the Korean Cultural Centre Australia (KCC) presents a set of cultural experiences at KCC, which will serve as a rare opportunity for the attendees to learn the beauty of the Royal Palaces while appreciating some essential elements of Korean culture.
This special program, offered in association with the Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation, has been designed to best suit the Australian audiences based upon the popular Royal Palace experiences run in Korea; Saenggwabang, Royal Palace Desserts making hands-on session, Moonlight Tour of Changdeokgung Palace and Starlight Tour at Gyeongbokgung Palace. If you wish to find out more about the program offered in Korea, please visit the Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation website.
DATE: Tuesday, 1 of November 2022
TIME: (1st session) 1-3pm / (2nd session) 3.30-5.30pm
VENUE: Korean Cultural Centre Australia (Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth St, Sydney)