A non-profit voluntary organisation that promotes Irish culture in Korea

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Irish Association of Korea

 

 

 

              /irishassociationofkorea

 

              @irishinkorea

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Embassy of Ireland, Republic of Korea

 

Leema Bldg.13F,42,Jongro 1-gil,Jongno-gu,Seoul.Korea 110-755

 

 (02) 721 7200 

 

Monday to Friday

09:00-12:30 and 13:30-17:00

 

https://www.dfa.ie/irish-embassy/republic-of-korea/

 

 

Directions:

(Line 5 Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 2, walk straight, take the first right then the first left and the Leema Building is about 50 metres down on the right. The building is directly behind the Ministry of Culture and the US Embassy.) 

 

The IAK encourage all Irish citizens to register with the embassy.

 

Arts

Music

 

For updates on music 'sessions' in Korea,

visit http://www.ceoltoirisoul.com (English language only) 

 

or visit the IAK on facebook for updates www.facebook.com/irishassociationofkorea

 

Dancing

 

There are regular bilingual gatherings in Seoul to learn and practice Irish dancing.

Please contact Tappung for details.  Email: click here or visit http://cafe.naver.com/tappung  (Korean language only)

 

For information in English about Tappung please visit page 6 of the IAK book [ click here ]

 

Literature

 

 

James Joyce Society of Korea    www.joycesociety.or.kr (Korean only) 
Yeats Society of Korea            www.yeatssociety.or.kr 

 

The Irish Association of Korea support and contribute funds to sport and arts related events.

Arts related events have included Bloomsday (Ulysses) evenings, poetry readings and plays.

Updates are posted in the 'News/Events' section accordingly.

 

Additional information on sport and the arts can be found in the IAK book. [click here]

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