Korean culture enthusiasts in the North of England, here’s your chance to experience a fun-filled day of all things Korean! Introducing “Korea Day”, a collaborative event by the University of Sheffield’s Korea Society and K-Pop Dance Society; all kindly sponsored by the Korean Cultural Centre in London!"The University of Sheffield Presents: Korea Day"
The 9th October is Hangul Day in South Korea. This day celebrates the creation of the Korean alphabet, which is known as Hangul. In Korean, this day is referred to as 한글날 (Hangulnal). So where does this day originate from, and who is to thank for the creation of the Korean alphabet?"An Insight to Hangul Day"
In the west and other parts of the world, Christmas, Ramadan, Diwali and Hanukkah (just to name a few), are the most celebrated holidays. A time for togetherness and celebration, due to religion and/or cultural beliefs. But what about Korea?"Chuseok: South Korea’s Most Celebrated Public Holiday"