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Deadline                       : 30 January 2017

Location                       : Seoul, South Korea

Organizer                    : ASEAN Youth Friendship Network

Number of slot             : 20 people

Date of program         : 10 – 15 April 2017

Type                               : SELF-FUNDED




Experience KOREA with AYFN

Korea Cultural Camp by AYFN

Seoul, South Korea

10 – 15 April 2017

You are warmly invited to partake at Korea Cultural Camp by AYFN in Seoul, Korea.

Experience the different culture and life experiences!


Seoul, a city with fusion of the latest modernity and oriental tradition!

 We are now widely opening this educational and cultural opportunity to those around ASEAN who wish to learn Korean Language and Culture. Let’s experience the cultural life in Seoul.

Discover your potential!!


Previous KCC Program last November 2016


The program integrates the learning of Korean language and culture, enhances communication skills and puts emphasis in hands-on learning.



  • Live for 6 days in Seoul, Korea
  • Learn and understand Korean culture directly
  • Heritage walking tour around Seoul
  • Experience to be like local people by experiencing the local traditions
  • Experimental learning
  • Certificate of participation from AYFN



Korean language learning:

We offer classes for beginners. Participants can start learning from Korean basics, including self-introduction, greetings, listening, and basic conversations. The classes will promote interactive learning.  Furthermore, the participants will have opportunities to interact with local people to practice daily conversations.


Korean Language Class


Korean Language Class


Korean culture learning:

Participants will have a chance to make Kimchi (the famous dish of Korea) as well as experience the culture by joining cultural activities such as wear Hanbook, etc. In addition, participants will also visit places in Seoul where they can experience and learn about history, culture and society of Korea. Seoul tour includes Gyeongbokgung palace, Bukchon Village, etc.



Participants of KCC wore handbook at Korean Culture Activities




 10 April 2017 9.00 – 15.00 Arrive at Seoul Incheon international Airport
Transfer to hotel The Designer hotel, Seoul
17.00 Program orientation
11 April 2017 7.00 Leave hotel
08.00 – 9.30 Korea Language Class Seongbuk Global Cultural Center
10.00 – 12.00 Explore hidden village: participants will have a chance to wear hanbook Bukhon Hanook Village
12.00 – 13.00 Break Time/ Lunch Insadong gil
13.30 – 15.30 Visit Namsan Tower Namsan
16.00 Transfer to accommodation
12 April 2017 7.00 Leave hotel
09.00 – 15.00 Adventure to Nami island Nami island
16.00 Transfer to accommodation
13 April 2017 7.00 Leave hotel
08.00 – 9.30 Korea language class Seongbuk Global Cultural Center
10.30 – 13.00 Enjoy a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life and Visit to a landmark and symbol of Seoul’s long history as the capital city during the Joseon Break Time / Lunch Chonggyecheon Stream Gwanghamun
13.00 – 14.00 Break Time/ Lunch
14.00 – 16.30 Korea history : visit to a palace built in 1395 where it used to be the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Gyeongbokgung served as the home of Kings of the Joseon dynasty, the Kings’ households, as well as the government of Joseon. Gyeongbokgung
16.30 Transfer to accommodation
14 April 2017 10.00 Leave hotel
11.00 – 13.00 Culture class : How to make Kimchi Seongbuk Global Cultural Center
13.30 – 14.30 Break Time/ Lunch University canteen
14.30 – 16.30 Campus tour TBA
17.30 – 18.30 Visit to Grand Mosque of Seoul Itaewon
18.30 – 19.30 Farewell dinner
19.30 Transfer to accommodation
15 April 2017 11.00 Fly Back Home Incheon international Airport



Cultural Walking Tour around Seoul




The Korea Cultural Camp will be held on 10 – 15 April 2017



The participants of Korea Cultural Camp should meet the criteria as follow:

  • Students/youth (15 – 27 years old), interested in Korean language and culture.
  • All nationalities are welcomed
  • Commit to join full program
  • Able to adapt new environment easily
  • Able to pay the program fee
  • Health physically and mentally



  1. Download KCC Application Form
  2. Send back the application along with scanned of identity card (passport/KTP/Student card) and color recent photo into korea.ayfn@gmail.com
  3. The committee will review your application and contact you to conduct “interview test” by AYFN team (if needed). After reviewing your application, we will announce the result immediately.
  4. Deadline of application is 30 January 2017



20 participants (selected by AYFN).



No worry when arrival in Seoul. AYFN team will welcome and pick you up.



One of the AYFN’s strength is to provide high quality placement program, but still in an affordable range of fee. To join Korea Cultural Camp (6 Days program), participants must pay:


Program fee only

Program fee + Visa + Flight Ticket*

New participants USD 650 USD 1,400
Alumni of previous AYFN Program USD 550 USD 1,300 

*This package is valid for Indonesian only. The embarkation will be from Jakarta, Indonesia. For non Indonesian, you could book flight ticket and process your Visa by yourself.

Program cost should be paid after acceptance process and to be transferred to ASEAN Youth Friendship Network to secure the slot.

Flight ticket is EXCLUDED

Scheme of payment:

Down payment          :  USD 150  (10 days after being accepted In order to reserve a slot)

Rest of program fee  :  USD 500  (10  March  2017)


What do participants’ fees for?

Program Fee – Airport pick up and transfer (Incheon International Airport), All activities indicated on schedule (Korean language and culture, cultural tour, Kimchi cooking class), admission tickets to tourism places indicated on the schedule, certificate of participation from AYFN, program supervision, accommodation (6D5N) and meals during placement period as indicated on schedule (BF and Lunch only), In-country 24/7 volunteer support and In-country administration costs.


What additional cost should participants have?

Flight ticket to and from Seoul from home country, passport and visa fee, travel insurance, personal expenses.



Let’s enjoy the Korean Food.



During this camp, participants will be accommodated in a hotel with high quality standard (3 star hotel). The accommodations are located at  a popular location (Cheongnyangni) and a very sociable option as you get to live and socialize with other participants and local people.  Living conditions in the hotel is very good and very clean. Males and females are accommodated in separate room.

Korea is renowned for its tasty and healthy food.  Meals will be provided based on schedule. Meals consist of traditional Korean dishes (For Muslim participants, we provide meal which not containing pork), which participants generally find to be very generous and tasty. If you have special diet requirements, please let us know ahead of time so that we can make arrangements for you. However, we need to stress the point that you should not expect to eat as you normally do at home. We will do our best to see that you are well taken care of, but also as a participant, there is a need to be flexible. There are numerous amazing restaurants throughout Seoul which you will be directed to by program staff if you wish to eat out occasionally.


To know further information, you can read frequently-asked-questions_kcc_2017


Contact person:

Ms. Hesti Aryani +62 813 9130 2231 

Mr. Setiawan +62 857 2926 8734

Operation hours : 9.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m



Kimchi Making Class


  • Hello i’ve read about this program and i’m kinda interested. But is the deadline for collecting all the form and other document January 2016 not 2017?

    Thankyou So much

    • Hello,,

      The correct deadline of admission will be 20 January 2017.

      Thank you

  • I do not understand about the package of program fee that you have mentioned in the website. In total for new participants cost 1,400$ for all. But below that you said, this package is valid only for Indonesian. So how much in total for the new participants from other country?

    • Dear Kanika Suon,

      For non Indonesian participants, the ticket price from home country to Korea may vary. Therefore, we don’t include the flight ticket for non Indonesian (the package is only for Indonesian). Our organization homebase is located in Indonesia, so we still could coordinate about the flight. For participants come from other countries, you could check and buy the flight ticket by yourself. It could be cheaper or even more expensive depends on the airlines will you take and distance.

      Hope this information could answer your question.

      All best

  • hello we are team of 11 students and we would like to attend the camp please is there group form we can fill in? i will be glad for your response

    • Dear James,

      Please kindly contact us directly by email korea.ayfn@gmail.com

      We will like to follow up your request.

      All best

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