*Applications will not be accepted after July 31st.

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You probably know about Korea—of kimchi, Gangnam Style, and the films—but have you ever visited, or heard about its rich history? We invite children to explore a more traditional side of Korea through various fun and engaging activities: creative drama, art, and traditional music. While studying Korea, students will have the opportunity to make their own Korean masks, play a Korean mask-dance drama, and learn how to play a traditional instrument (either the Buk or the Janggu). Join us for this exciting, educational opportunity and let’s explore Korea together!

For grades K- 5 as of September

  • Class I for Grades K-1 (12 people/class)
  • Class II for Grades 2-3 (14 people/class)
  • Class III for Grades 4-5 (14 people/class)

  • Eunju Na (Coordinator)
    Korean Language Lecturer, New York University
  • Sung Min Lee (Creative Drama)
  • Karen Kriegel (Korean Mask Dance)
  • Heekyoung Song (Art)
  • NYURI, New York University Rhythmic Impulse (Music - Samulnori)


Class I Class II Class III
11:00 - 12:10 Creative Drama Samulnori Art
12:10 - 12:40 Lunch
12:40 - 13:40 Samulnori Art Creative Drama
13:50 - 14:50 Art Creative Drama Samulnori
14:50 - 15:00 Wrap Up

* Lunch will not be provided. Please bring your own!
* The program will be conducted in both English and the target language, Korean.
* Please note that we are unable to administer any medication to children.


  • Fee: $40 per student (including all activity materials)
  • We will receive the payment on August 28th at Flushing Town Hall.
  • Cash or check only, no credit or debit cards accepted.
  • To register, e-mail your application at: edu@koreanculture.org or mail to:
    ATTN: c/o Soo Jung Chung
    Korean Cultural Service New York
    460 Park Avenue, 6th Floor
    New York, NY 10022

*Applications will not be accepted after July 31st.

The program is co-presented by Flushing Town Hall and the Korean Cultural Service of New York. For more information, call (212) 759-9550 x206 or e-mail edu@koreanculture.org