On March 30, Professor Hyang Lee of George Mason University Korea hosted Korean traditional culture experience event for international exchange students with the Incheon International Exchange Volunteer Group.
This program is part of the Professor Hyang Lee’s Korean culture class and is designed to help local teenagers and students at George Mason University Korea to experience Korean traditional culture. By experiencing Korean traditional tea ceremony and traditional costume ‘Hanbok’, students at George Mason University Korea can learn more about Korean culture.
George Mason University Korea and Incheon International Exchange Volunteer Group signed a memorandum of understanding on January for mutual cooperation in cultural exchange activities between the international private and youth. Incheon International Exchange Volunteer Group, which is affiliated with the Volunteer Center in Michuhol District, Incheon, started as a small family volunteer group and provides foreign exchange students with opportunities to experience history and culture of Incheon.
George Mason University Korea, which is actively engaged in various projects related to private cultural and youth international exchanges, look forward to more exciting activities in the future!