Are you interested in MONTHLY events around Korean language, movies, K-pop dance, dinner meetups, etc.?
We are excited to partner with the Triangle Korean Language and Culture Meetup Group! It’s a great way to meet people in the Raleigh NC and Triangle area sharing in the love of Korean culture and food.
The GKWF is still going to focus on large community events (like KoreaFest, Virtual Tours Korea, The International Festival, Etc.) as well as help host some monthly local events.
There is a k-pop dance meetup event Tomorrow (7/29). A fun event for all levels or interests in k-pop dance.
or join the Meetup group to stay up to date on the next event at: https://www.meetup.com/trianglekorean_language_and_cultu…/…/
See you soon!
Come to Virtual Tour Korea to:
- play Korean games
- try taekwondo board breaking
- sample food
- learn and play traditional instruments
- try snacks
- and More!
We need your support to show the City of Raleigh that there is interest in Korean Culture!
10am – 12pm
$5 for Adults
Free for 18 and under
more details on their website
***** You must get tickets on the City of Raleigh Website *****
- Go to https://reclink.raleighnc.gov/Start/start.asp
- Enter in barcode 209467
- Purchase tickets (only 100 spaces total available)
We hope to see you there!
American Girl dolls are known for their back stories and history. I am excited to see that Korean American doll Z Yang was introduced on April 27th, 2017. I have seen some remarks about how she doesn’t look very asian, but she does have a typical style of ‘American Girl’ doll look.
A quote from the People article
“We made Z Korean-American because it’s an ethnicity we haven’t featured before in our character lineups,”
I like that she is a modern vlogger and has interets in art, and I would love to see this doll in a hanbok (한복)
The American Girl Website for Z
The People article
I love a great Korean restaurant, and finding them can sometimes be tricky depending on where you live. Check out this article on restaurants around the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. I also liked their “cheat sheet”.
In Korea, you can find street vendors selling tteokbokki in little cups in winter which is perfect for picking up with a toothpick as you stroll along the street checking out the outdoor markets.
It’s also a great dish to share with friends at dinner, so you can have another dish. 😊
Check out this recipe from Visit Korea
Cylindrical rice cakes are seasoned and cooked in a gochujang (Korean chili paste) sauce. Tteokbokki is a popular snack in Korea.
When I was serious about learning Korean (about 5 years ago), the best way I learned was by listening to a lesson a day with their app on my phone, on my commutes created by Talk to Me in Korean. The lessons were short and I could practice what I learned or memorized the lesson throughout the day. It has since grown into youtube videos, interactive discussions, and extended course material. It’s definitely a great place to start because it’s also FREE. Definitely check it out!
You already love things Korean, so why not try some artistic expressions through art for our amature art contest! The cash prize is a nice bonus for winners. Last contest that was awareded at KoreaFest was awarded a $500 first prize! We will anounce the address to send your art submissions to at a later date, but go ahead and start getting your paints, pencils, or other creative tools. Details at https://globalkoreanwavefederation.com/art-contest/