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KCCI has launched a special online summer vacation program for Indian students

Summer vacation is just around the corner and every student could think of the special things they can do during this vacation. So, to help them, KCCI has launched a special online summer vacation program for Indian students.

Nowadays, Korean culture has already influenced Indian youth and society. There are many K-pop, K-drama and K-culture fans in the country. So, keeping this in mind, Korean Cultural Center India provides special Korean cultural content to students in Indian schools by providing multi-dimensional online curriculum and services that provide a variety of K culture content, specially designed for students. The aim is to provide a Korean culture playground where Indian students can live and enjoy hot summer holidays from home.

The website is designed and developed with the concept of allowing students to experience Korean cultural content as if they were playing an online game.

Starting with creating a user’s own avatar which a user can train and decorate with basic K fashion, beauty and Hanbok (Korean traditional clothing). The website consists of a virtual 3D special exhibition featuring the photos of Indian medical units that participated in the Korean War, a virtual tour of the Korean Cultural Center in India (stereoscopic 3D), a virtual tour of Korea (stereoscopic 3D ) where you can explore the major sightseeing courses in Seoul, the capital of Korea, and the video content of Korean cultural performances.

The Korean culture video content will include the performance of the Korean Cultural Center India’s Taekwondo Demonstration Team with the K-pop song (BTS). Along with this, a musical and narrative theatrical video by Queen Huh will be shown, which will tell the legendary love story of Korean King Kim Su-ro and Indian Princess (Sriratna).

So far, KCCI has established sister cultural exchange links with 120 schools across India.

Director Hwang Il-Yong of KCCI says, “I hope this online site Korean culture playground developed this time can be a welcome little rain to cool off the heat for a while in a situation where students can’t have colorful holiday programs due to the record-breaking heat wave in the summer even after the situation is over of Covid.