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Hallyu Camp 2014 - Course Outline v1.0

Hallyu Camp 2014 - Course Outline v1.0

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Calling all teenage Korean pop culture fans! Take a deep dive into the culture of Korea with Hallyu Camp 2014, a 5-day immersion program exploring the country, people, and society from which Korean pop culture originates.
Calling all teenage Korean pop culture fans! Take a deep dive into the culture of Korea with Hallyu Camp 2014, a 5-day immersion program exploring the country, people, and society from which Korean pop culture originates.

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Published by: Korean Cultural Center DC on Jul 26, 2014
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Organizers:
 - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Korean Cultural Center, Embassy of the Republic of Korea - King Sejong Institute Washington, D.C.
Dates/Hours:
 August 11
 –
 15 (Mon
 –
 Fri), 9:00 am
 –
 4:30 pm
Supervised before and after care is available 7am to 6pm.
Location (NEW):
 Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland 3800 Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, College Park, MD 20742
Participants:
20-30 students, ages 13-19, plus Korean intern partners
 
Tuition:
 
$150
 per student |
Korean lunch and snacks provided each day!
Contact:
 Adam Wojciechowicz | AWOJ@koreaembassy.org | (202) 587-6168
How to Register
:
1.
 Email Adam Wojciechowicz (above) with the name and age of each registrant.
We’ll explain all the details!
2
at a Prince George’s County
community center or at the Korean Cultural Center (y
ou don’t need
to be a Maryland or PG County resident).
3
. Log in, register, and pay online at www.PGParks.com! 
For updates, camp status, and full details, visit the KCC website at www.KoreaCultureDC.org. 
Experience Korea Together
 
 
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Welcome to Hallyu Camp 2014!
Calling all Korean pop culture fans! Take a deep dive into the Korean Wave with Hallyu Camp! K-Pop music, K-Dramas, and K-Movies, have become a global phenomenon, with passionate fans all around the world. All of these exciting genres are part of
Hallyu
, or the Korean Wave.
Hallyu Camp 2014
, offered through the King Sejong Institute Washington, D.C. and in partnership with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, is designed to give fans of Korean pop culture a deeper understanding of the country, people, and society from which Korean pop culture originates. Campers will make new friends, both Korean and American, and experience what it really means to be Korean through fun, interactive workshops, cultural lessons, creative projects, discussions, and Korean meals all designed to connect Korean traditional and pop culture.
What will we accomplish?
Throughout Hallyu Camp, campers will share their interests in pop culture while learning about the traditional arts and values that shape Korean culture and society today. Side by side with Korean youth interns, campers will increase their
knowledge
 about Korea and its culture, as well as their
cultural competence.
Campers
 
will be immersed in an international setting, learning valuable skills in etiquette, language, and cultural sensitivity. Students will also compare American and Korean culture to help identify unique characteristics of both. Campers who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion from the director of the Korean Cultural Center to acknowledging their studies.
Most importantly, campers will have fun while learning what Korea is all about!
 
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Lessons, Workshops, and Cultural Themes
Each day of Hallyu Camp is built around a cultural concept that is key to understanding Korea. This daily theme, such as
 jeong
 (affection that binds communities) or
hyo
 (respect for elders) will be illustrated through examples from Korean movies, dramas, television shows, and real life situations. Students will also experience each theme with friends and Korean interns through fun activities and workshops.
Daily Cultural Concepts
Monday
 Jeong
 
(
) is about affection, warmth, compassion, and attachment among people in Korea. It is a fundamental characteristic of the Korean people. Because of it, you will feel the warmth and affection that flow from person to person in Korea. Through Monday
’s
 lesson, students will understand why Koreans emphasize the concept of
우리
 (
uri 
), or
we
, over
me
, and can compare the differences between American individualism and Korean collectivism.
Tuesday
Traditionally, Koreans place others above self. This love and respect for others is practiced through
chung, hyo, ye
 
(
 
 
).
Chung
 is
loyalty and allegiance for one’s nation,
hyo
 is filial respect to
one’s parents, and
ye
 is manners and etiquette toward elders and strangers.
Tuesday’s
 lesson will use brief films and role playing exercises, while students learn Korean customs appropriate for different social settings.

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