This was established in 2010.
TransportationBy car and motorbike
TagsAttend public lectures, Explore art, Learn, Read, Sightseeing,
History of Korean Cultural Center
Built by Republic of Korea's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 2010.
The first of its kind in Africa and one of twenty eight in the world, this cultural centre was established to enhance friendship, bilateral relations and understanding between Korea and Nigeria through cultural and educational programs.
This is a very safe location.
What To Bring
Before heading to Korean Cultural Center, here are some helpful things to take along with you:
An English-to-Korean Dictionary if you plan on conversing in the Korean language
It boasts of facilities including an Exhibition Hall; which contains relics of Korean culture and artworks, an 80-capacity Studio/Theatre; where films and documentaries about Korean culture are shown as well as where seminars and conferences are conducted, an equipped Taekwando Hall; where training is conducted weekly, a Library; constructed to shelve about 3000 books spanning different areas of life, and a Classroom; which is where the Korean Language is taught and can accommodate about 20 students at a time.
The centre employs a cultural team that develops existing cultural projects as well as create new ones to encourage cultural exchange between the two countries.
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