Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Korean Cultural Centre has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Korean Cultural Office, just as the name suggests, is a centre that strives to introduce the Korean culture in Australia. This exchange between Australia and Korea makes the centre one of the most culturally diverse locations in Sydney.
Visit the Korean Cultural Office to learn more about Korean culture or even take part in one of its classes or events.
Korean Cultural Centre, Gallery, Exhibitions, Classes, Address & Hours
The K-Pop Dance Class is a fun way to learn Korean K-Pop dance routines from the most popular Koren music artists. If you are an art lover, take on the Korean Boudoir Craft Class and hone your skills for a creative and cultural experience.
There is also an education program that boasts a handful of courses for the little ones. They include the school holiday program, school excursions, as well as a writing contest. Korean Mama’s Storytelling provides a glimpse into the art of storytelling in Korean culture.
In addition to the cultural classes and education program, the Korean Cultural Office also holds regular events; such as the popular Korean Culture Day, art exhibitions, as well as Cinema K for an immersive experience.
Special events held at the office from time to time include the K-Pop Contest with the best of dance, the Sydney Korean Festival, as well as the Korean Film Festival, which showcases the best of the Korean film industry.
The Korean Cultural Office is on Elizabeth Street in Sydney; open from 10am to 6pm on weekdays.