KCC cancels TOPIK anew amid pandemic

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines cancels the 72nd TOPIK scheduled next month.

Announced through their website, the KCC and the National Institute for International Education decided to cancel the 72nd Korean Language Proficiency Test (TOPIK) due to COVID-19 restrictions in the Philippines.

Applicants will be refunded of their fees via local bank deposit.

Examinees who will need a certificate of TOPIK cancellation (e.g. Korean university applications, work-related requirements), requests can be made at the KCC.

For more information, visit the announcement page here.

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