Passions and Obsessions

You can join Korean Cultural Center’s opening of its new home

Day-long surprises, from performances by SB19, Minzy to kinetic media art installation

The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) has moved to its new building at Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, where it is all set to create more k-nnections and k-memories. KCC will have a grand online launch—titled K-nnected Forever—of its building at 59 Bayani Road, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, where it will highlight the new features of this modern-Korean-style building with exciting program and celebrity guests.

The online party is on March 12, live, on KCC’s YouTube Channel While the event is open to all, KCC also gives an exclusive opportunity to select individuals to have a virtual backstage pass to the event and be the virtual players of the different missions in the program; just register and submit your entries to

KCC will select 100 participants to get an exclusive virtual backstage pass and K-Wonder Kit containing all fun items they will use to participate in the challenges, while 50 select participants will also get the kits they can use while watching on YouTube channel.

Make your heart go deguen deguen in excitement as you explore the new KCC building filled with different challenges—with a K-culture spin. Guests can discover Korea’s colorful culture in the cultural experience area, learn Hangeul, or virtually go to the famous tourist spots in Korea with a quiz by Korea Tourism Organization, practice their moves in the K-Pop activity featuring the P-Pop Girl Group, YARA, cook up a Korean dish at KCC’s kitchen with celebrity chef, Sharwin Tee, all in one day

KCC will also have a special performance by the P-Pop Kings SB19 and a fiery number by one of South Korea’s top solo artists, Minzy!

K-nnected Forever will also give the audience a glimpse of the first kinetic media art installation in the Philippines entitled Punghwa: Light of Asean, created by the Korean interactive media design group Silo Lab.

Register and submit your entries at until February 28, 2022

This event is organized by the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines in partnership with the Korea Tourism Organization Manila.

For details and information, go to KCC’s official social media pages: Facebook – @KoreanCulturalCenterPH, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube: @KCCPHIL. You may also visit our website:

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