Program Hallyu Wave 2018

Program Hallyu Wave Antwerp 2018


This is a temporary schedule of our program.

Times of workshops and activities could change slightly. 




A HANBOK is a traditional Korean clothing which is often worn during traditional holidays (f.e. Chuseok) or on special family ocasions such as a wedding. At our event you'll have the opportunity to try one on and confirm how great you will look inside! 

Take a selfie or be photographed to capture this for eternity. These beautiful HANBOKS are borrowed from the KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER (KCC) in Brussels. 


DDAKJI, sometimes called ttakji, is a traditional South Korean game played using folded paper tiles. It is played by at least two players, but usally involves different teams. Korean ddakji is a great activity to keep children entertained. Folding the tiles helps them learn basic origami techniques and work on fine motor skills. The game is simple, all you need is to make your own folded origami ddakji tiles and play with them! 

Create you own Ddakji origami game at our events. Learn to make your own Ddakji and form a team to win the Ddakji Tournament! 


K-POP is taking over the world. While these Korean pop artists - refered to as K-Pop Idols - are conquering the hearts of not only Koreans but also the InternationalK-Pop fans it's safely to assume they're also taking over our minds, making more and more people interested in learning their iconic dance moves.  

Our K-POP DANCE WORKSHOP will be held by Alex. To participate, be early to enter your name, as to place is limited! 



Ssireum or korean wrestling is a folk wrestling style and traditional national sport of Korea since the fourth century.

In the modern form each contestant wears a belt (satba) that wraps around the waist and the thigh. The competition employs a series of techniques, which inflict little harm or injury to the opponent: opponents lock on to each other's belt, and one achieves victory by bringing any part of the opponent's body above the knee to the ground

Try Ssireum at our events and be part of the korean culture.