PH Korean Cultural Center Online Building Launched With SB19 Performances, Minzy – Manila Bulletin

The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) is moving to its new premises and to mark the occasion, it will have a grand online launch.

KCC Philippines’ new location is at 59 Bayani Road, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City and the online party will be held on March 12, which will be held live via KCC’s YouTube channel –

The grand online launch of the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will take place on March 12 (KCC Philippines)

The online launch will highlight the new features of the modern Korean-style building with an exciting program and celebrity guests.

The event is open to everyone, but KCC will provide an exclusive opportunity for those selected to have a virtual behind-the-scenes pass to the event and be the virtual actors of the various missions of the program by registering and submitting entries. applications to

KCC will select 100 participants to get an exclusive virtual backstage pass and a K-Wonder kit containing all the fun items they will use to participate in the challenges, while 50 selected participants will also receive the kits they can use while watching on the YouTube channel.

Experience Korea’s colorful culture in the Cultural Experience Zone, learn Hangul, virtually visit Korea’s famous tourist spots with a Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) quiz, practice moves with K- pop featuring P-pop girl group Yara, satisfy your Kravings and cook up a Korean dish in KCC’s kitchen with celebrity chef Sharwin Tee in just one day.

KCC will also feature an ultra-special performance by P-pop group SB19 and a fiery number by one of South Korea’s top solo artists, Minzy.

K-nnected Forever will also give the public a breathtaking glimpse of the first kinetic media art installation in the Philippines titled “Punghwa: Light of ASEAN”, created by Korean interactive media design group Silo Lab.

Registration and submission of applications on is until February 28.



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