If you're keen to learn more about Korean culture, this is the place for you. A stone's throw from Hyde Park, the Korean Cultural Centre hosts everything from K-Pop dance workshops and Korean cooking classes to art exhibitions and film screenings. You can try your hand at Korean calligraphy or take a jogakbo patchwork class; there's a bevvy of fun activities to help broaden your understanding of Korean culture. KCC also runs language classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced students — so you can forget Duolingo and instead get the full, face-to-face experience.
Since opening in 2011, KCC has worked to strengthen the presence of Korean culture within Australia and fostered cultural ties between the two countries. So, while you might be attending your first bibimbap class or heading to a kimchi lesson just for kicks, there's a deeper (and more profound) reason behind these activities and we're wholeheartedly on board.