The Irish Association of Korea is meeting on Saturday November 23rd for a friendly night of beverages and board games such as draughts, Rummikub, Looping Louie and more in the Wolfhound Itaewon from 6pm to 9pm. We will also have some small prizes on the night.
The first 20 people who message us on Facebook to attend will get a free pint of beer, the Wolfhound will have have Beer and drink specials, and discounts on house and Jameson singles. Also this month they will be introducing their winter drinks, mulled wine, hot toddy and Irish Coffee.
So come along, meet new people, play some games, get warm and ready for Winter and have some fun!
The Embassy of Ireland, Republic of Korea, and The Irish Association of Korea are pleased to announce the launch of the 2019 "My Irish Wish List" video Competition for university students in Korea.
This competition allows contestants to compete for an opportunity to experience Ireland from an educational, cultural, and academic perspective. It also seeks to raise awareness about Ireland and the opportunities through Education and Travel that Ireland can offer Korean students.
Participants are invited to make a fun, creative 3 minute long video on the theme “My Irish Wish List”. The entrants are free to share their experiences,...
It's that time of the year again. The Irish Association of Korea are proud to announce their annual video competition. The theme this year is 'What Ireland Means to Me'. So get out your camera... What are you waiting for?!
It is open to enrolled, full time, under-graduate Korean students and there are a number
First, make a video of no longer than 3 minutes. (Videos can be made using phones, digital camera or any digital device) Submissions must be a maximum of 3 minutes with 90 seconds or more spoken in English by the entrant. Second, upload onwww.youtube.com Third, fill out the application form available on the Irish Association of Korea website. www.iak.co.kr and send it to irishassocia...
The Irish Association of Korea (IAK), in conjunction with the St. Andrew’s Society of Seoul, will be staging ‘The Ceilídh’ a family fun event on Saturday, the 18th of October. A Ceilídhis “a social event with Irish or Scottish folk music, singing and traditional dancing”.
A Ceilídh, phonetically pronounced as Kaylee,has its origins rooted in the Celtic culture of Ireland and Scotland. If you want to learn about about Celtic music, dance and culture then this is the perfect day to come along and find your roots.The day will be packed full of activities with a variety of Irish and Scottish dancing and music styles on show. The dances are very easy to learn and the entire day is centered around giving people th...