This article was originally posted in 2017, re-published today with minor revisions.
For Korean pop culture enthusiasts, romanization is a crucial part of life. It makes our stay in the fandom essentially
King Sejong Institute, the brand name of Korean-language institutes established by the South Korean government, is once again on the lookout to certify Korean language institutes around the world.
The Korean Cultural Center of the Philippines (KCC) released yesterday the application guidelines for New King Sejong
The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) announced Monday evening that the application for the 60th Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) will begin on July 16.
The requirements are the following:
Completed application form
Two (2) 3cm x 4 cm photo
Originial or photocopy