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WELCOME TO LABO KOREA
LABO KOREA has established in 1973, has successfully operated hosted foreign students who visit Korea.

KLCP (Korean Language & Culture Program) is a program for non-korean student interested in spending their summer break in Korea to study the Korean Language and experience Korean Culture by staying with a Korean host family.

All LABO KOREA members are welcomed foreign students who will participate KLCP and enjoy their Korean life with pleasure.
THE KOREAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL INITIATIVE
KOREAN CULTURE
LABO Korea offers students the opportunity to experience Korean culture throughout their stay. Students get to enjoy a traditional and immersive Korean experience.
Whether this includes a local dance class or a field trip to the National Museum, students have the chance to see Korean culture up close. Korea offers a rich variety of music, sounds, and tastes and LABO Korea provides a safe environment for your child to enjoy it all!
KOREAN LANGUAGE [HANGUL]
Koreans have developed a unique alphabet called Hangul. It is considered to be the most efficient alphabets in the world, capable of expressing virtually any sound.
With only 14 consonants and 10 vowels, Hangul is capable of creating thousands of words by combining these consonants and vowels. But because of its simplicity and small number of letters, Hangul is very easy for anyone to learn quickly.
OUR HERITAGE
There are a number of designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Korea. One of these sites called the The Jongmyo Shrine is located in the heart of Seoul.
The shrine is dedicated to the spirits of the ancestors of the royal family of the Joseon Dynasty. It is heavily influenced by Confucian tradition. An elaborate performance of ancient court music and dance known as Jongmyo jeryeak is performed here every year.