Koreanska skolans förening i Stockholm is a non-profit association, founded in 1986, that offers classes in Korean language and culture. Classes are held on Saturdays, excluding public holidays. At the Korean Culture Festival 2023, they will be offering the following classes:
13:00 Decorating traditional fans (45 min)
14:00 Hangul class(45 min)
15:00 Seoye (Korean calligraphy) (45 min)
16:00 Making name tags in Korean (45 min)
17:00 Hangul class (45 min)
18:00 Making hangul bead bracelets (45 min)
Kpop Nonstop is a company whose vision is to spread Korean culture in Europe through cultural events in Korean music, lifestyle and culture. Since KNS started in 2012, they have organized many successful k-events such as nightclubs, concerts, workshops, meet & greets, dance classes and much more. Their hard work has resulted in a large fan base with almost 9,000 followers from various places in Europe. At this year's Korean Culture Festival, they are running several dance workshops at the K-dance tent:
12:00-14:00 Meet up our K-dance instructors
14:00 Dance workshop #1 Level 1-2 (30 min)
14:30 Dance workshop #2 Level 3 (30 min)
15:00 Dance workshop #2 Level 4 (30 min)
15:30 Random dance all levels (30 min)
16:30 Random dance all levels (30 min)
17:00-20:00 Open random dance - hit songs 2023
Come to our tent and request your favorites!
Seoul Dabang presents Korea's coffee culture, which offers a variety of styles and flavors, and among them, traditional Korean-style coffee provides a unique taste and atmosphere for an enjoyable experience. At the event booth, you'll have the opportunity to taste this traditional Korean treat called "Dalgona coffee".
Stockholm's sushi lovers, get ready for Korea's favorite snack at the Tri-Kim-Pop booth! KimperCo, a Swedish-Korean company, presents samgak kimbap (triangle-shaped rice balls), a popular snack and meal option in Korea, perfect for those seeking a quick and tasty bite. At our festival tent, Tri-Kim-Pop is taking samgak kimbap to the next level. Choose your favorite filling and savor the perfect balance of rice, "crunchy" seaweed, and flavor. It's the ultimate snack for festival-goers who want to experience the authentic taste of Korea. KimperCo is here to introduce only the best Korean products, services, and trends to the Swedish market, and so they are excited to bring this beloved Korean snack to the Korean Culture Festival through Tri-Kim-Pop.
So come visit their tent, grab a Tri-Kim-Pop, and indulge in the delicious flavors of samgak kimbap! KimperCo can't wait to share with you the unique flavors and culture of Korea through their products and services.
KDIARY is an outstanding K-beauty brand that offers fantastic skincare products. Founded by Annie Song in Sweden, KDIARY strives to enrich their customers' lives through holistic and natural wellness. Their products are carefully selected from South Korea and contain ingredients of the highest quality that are both safe and effective. With the conviction that South Korean beauty products can change the rules of the game, KDIARY seeks to help their customers to reach their best potential through a unique and inspiring experience.
My Seoul is a store where all the products are directly imported from South Korea. The concept is that all the products must have a unique feel to them and be manufactured in South Korea. There are products everyone: for babies, children, teens, adults, and even pets! My Seoul is the only place in Sweden that sells authentic BTS merch (KOREXQ). The founder Rebecca Eklund Söderhjelm has recently brought in some K-beauty products too, and more is on the way. My Seoul is celebrating its one-year anniversary in July 2023. Drop by My Seoul's tent at the Korean Culture Festival to enter a competition for the chance to win a gift card!
AKF is a politically and religiously independent association for adoptees from Korea in Sweden. The purpose of AKF is to create a meeting place and to enable the exchange of experiences and insights about the unique fact of being adopted from Korea. AKF strives to serve the interests of adoption issues, Korea and Korean culture, while supporting international cooperation between adopted Koreans. AKF was founded in Stockholm on 19 November 1986 as the first association of its kind in the world. At first, AKF organized social and cultural activities related to Korean culture and adoption issues. These themes have lived on and been an important part of the association's agenda. Today, AKF consists of around 250 (2020) Korean adoptees throughout Sweden and has a strong relationship with Korean culture through, among other things, the Korean Embassy in Sweden and to Koreans living in Sweden.
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Korearesor started in Stockholm in 2006 and is the only Nordic company to specialise solely in Korea. At that time, there was not much knowledge about Korea in Sweden and since then, together with KTO (Korea Tourism Organization), they have done extensive work to increase understanding of Korea in the Nordics. They have conducted group tours, made individual programs, and helped companies with business exchanges in Korea. Over 17 years, they have not had a single complaint, only satisfied customers who have become like personal friends. Since they have our own staff and contacts on-site in Korea and do not use subcontractors, Korearesor believe they can offer both better service and a better price. Korearesor changed its name from Meari Travel in 2022.
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KOTRA, Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, is a governmental organization of South Korea that strives to promote trade and investment between Korea and foreign countries. Today, KOTRA is situated in 84 countries with 129 branch offices all over the world. KOTRA Stockholm is a branch office based in Sweden, which covers the Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Latvian markets.
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