2022 Korean New Year (Seollal) Event

2022 Korean New Year (Seollal) Event

Deadline: January 24, 2022

2022 Korean New Year (Seollal) Event
2022 Korean New Year (Seollal) Event (credit: k-culture.jp)

2022 Korean New Year (설날) Event held!

Before the Korean New Year (January 1st of the lunar calendar), the Korean New Year in Osaka will hold the "2022 Korean New Year Event" where you can directly experience various Korean New Year customs.

Please take this opportunity to experience Korean New Year in a fun way! !! Click here for details!

In Korea, January 1st of the Lunar New Year is called Korean New Year (설날) and celebrates the beginning of a new year. Generally, in Korean New Year, families and relatives gather to have a tea ceremony, eat tteokguk (ozoni), and enjoy traditional games such as Yut.

Before the Korean New Year (February 1st this year), the Osaka Korean New Year will hold a <2022 Korean New Year Experience Event> where you can directly experience various Korean New Year customs.

Please take this opportunity to experience Korean New Year in a fun way (Free participation, advance application required).

* The event may be canceled depending on the spread of the new coronavirus infection in Osaka Prefecture. In case of cancellation, we will notify you on this homepage and contact the applicants by e-mail.

Overview

  • Date and time: Sunday, January 30, 2022, 13: 00-16: 00
  • Venue: Osaka Korean Cultural Institute. 2-4-2-4th floor, Nakazaki, Kita-ku, Osaka (3 minutes walk from Exit 2 of "Nakazakicho Station" on the Tanimachi Subway Line)
  • Hosted by: Korean Cultural Institute in Osaka

Event details

After the event, all participants will be presented with a memorial rice cake of Korean New Year. 

Common event (13: 00-14: 00)

Tea ceremony experience, traditional play experience, Hanbok experience

Only participants of the selected event can participate in the common event.

Reference photo

Selection event (14: 00-16: 00)

  1. Drawing a year-old painting (Sefa) (capacity 12 people)
    • I will draw a folk painting of this year's Zodiac Tiger.
  2. Korean paper crafts (capacity 10 people)
    • Experience making small items of Korean traditional paper "Korean paper".
  3. Making Korean royal lights (capacity 8 groups)
    • Reproduced using the Joseon Royal Light Production Kit by a group of 2 or 3 people such as family and friends. 
    • Free entry fee
    • We will lend you the tools. 
    • In the Hanbok experience, the size and color you want may not be available.
    • The design of the old painting (Sefa) and Korean paper crafts are subject to change.
    • You can apply for making Korean royal lights only in groups of 2 or 3 people.

Time schedule

Experience content

13:00 ~ 14:00  

Common experience event (Pitch pot, Yunori, Hanbok experience, Tea ceremony experience, etc.)

14:00 ~ 16:00  

  • Year-old painting 
  • Korean royal light
  • Making Korean paper crafts

16:00 ~  After the event, a souvenir gift

Time may change due to various circumstances.

How to apply 

Please select one of the selected events (year-end drawing, Korean paper crafts, making Korean royal lights) that you would like to participate in, and apply from the dedicated application page.

  1. Click here for drawing a year-end picture (Sefa) (capacity 12 people) "Apply for a year-end picture click!"
  2. Click here for Korean paper crafts (capacity 10 people) "Korean paper application click!"
  3. Click here for making Korean royal lights (capacity 8 groups) "Light making application click!"

  • Only one of the three experiences can be applied, and all duplicate applications will be invalid.
  • Up to 2 people can apply for year-end paintings and Korean papercrafts.
  • You can apply for making Korean royal lights only in groups of 2 or 3 people.
  • Applications can only be made on the website of the Osaka Korean Culture Institute. (Telephone, email, fax are not allowed)

Application deadline 

January 24 (Monday), 2022, 18:00. 

After the lottery, only the winners will be notified by email on 1/25 (Tuesday).

Inquiries 

Korean Cultural Institute in Osaka

Telephone 06-6292-8760

Email osaka@k-culture.jp

Applications cannot be made by phone or email.

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