| InKAS Summer School 2005|
InKAS is holding a two weeks summer school program for Overseas Korean adoptees to experience and learn Korean Cultures during July 18th (Mon) through July 31st (Sun), 2005.
It is our desire to aid in finding the adpotees' original families and assist in understanding and experiencing the true Korean Culture for the Adoptees during their visit.
The program is mainly coordinated for understanding Korean cuisine, costumes, habitance and language via opportunities of direct participation and experiences of Korean Living. InKAS Summer School is composed with 6 classes of hands on programs and lectures. There are Korean Cuisine Cooking, Korean Costume Tailoring, Learning Korean Decorum and Mask Dance for the hands on experience programs, Korean language, and Korean History for the lectures.
This year's recommended Southern Providence for traveling is a place reminds us of a mother's hug. It is the first place to announce the flower blossoming in spring. The cool ocean islands wait for you in summer and the color turned and tingled leaves will dye the whole world in red and crimson during autumn.
1. Korean Cuisine Cooking: one to one instruction at a designated cooking lab.
Distinct cooking curriculum to learn the traditional and modern Korean cuisines.
2. Korean Costumes Tailoring:
Hands on making of traditional embroider and Korean Costumes
3. Korean Decorum: Dressed in the students' self-made Korean Costumes, the students will learn the decorum, dressing, spirituality, Zen in minds, traditional etiquettes and the modern etiquettes of Korea.
4. Mask Dance
5. Korean: ① Korean language for beginners. Starting with Korean Alphabet.
② Intermediate level
6. Korean history: Understanding Korea via visual media.
Since the historical times, the Jeolla Providence is famous for it abundant eatery and maritime cultures with warm Korean folk sentiments. We hope that the Inkas' visit will be a trip for everyone to experience the traditional BaekJea Cultural areas, participate the Korean pottery making and appreciate its beauty as well as the green tea aroma filled from the traditional fork villages among the livings of 108 traditional families in city fortress.
◈ Application due date: April 15, 2005 (but, on a first-come-first-served basis)
Class Scheduled program: July 18th to 27th, 2005
Class Hours: 9:00 A. M. ~ 3:00 P. M. (All classes in English)
Tour Scheduled program: July 28th to 31st, 2005
◈ Number of Participants: 30 people
Who may apply: oversea Korean Adoptees who are 18 years of age or older.
Fees: Room and board free (two people per room), airfare not included.
For questions and applying: firstname.lastname@example.org