The International Youth Fellowship (IYF), an organization based in California, have announced a 2018 Summer Korea Camp taking place in Los Angeles June 8th to June 10th.
The three day camp is open to high school students and adults who want to learn more about Korean culture, music, food, language and much more. If you’ve ever wanted to become a champion chicken fighter (Dak Sa Um), paint your own Korean fan, learn your favorite K-Pop dance moves or just make friends who share your love of all things Korean this weekend is for you.
As part of the fun activities attendees will get a chance to study traditional Korean culture and food as well as learn how to write and pronounce Hangul. Allowing you to tell your bias exactly how much you love and support them at their next fan meet.
Overall, the weekend promises to be a fun and educational experience for any budding fan of K-pop, K-drama or, in fact, K-anything. The below teaser shows it all.
The camp costs $50 dollars which includes all food, accommodation and activities for the three days. There are also carpool options available for those travelling from Sacramento/San Jose.
To sign up for the three day experience you can go to the IYF website and fill in the online form. You can also contact them via phone or email to secure your place, details provided below.
Date: June 8-10
Location: 3500 W 1st St, Los Angeles. LA90004
Use the details above to sign up today and submerge yourself in three days of fun and Korean culture.
Written by: Katie Mack
Edited by: Alona Sass