This session is about telling Korean traditional fairy tales. Through the Korean fairy tales, you can understand and learn about Korean culture and find the differences and similarities between other traditional fairy tales.

This storytelling will be in English and very child-friendly so why don’t you and your children come and enjoy these exotic stories? After the storytelling, you will learn a traditional Korean children’s song in Korean.

Certificate:

Suitable for all

Duration

Approx 30 mins

Languages:

English

Upcoming events

Sunday 26 January 11am The Den Selling fast

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