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25/08/2010: Meeting #2 Mini-Olympics

Date: 25/08/2010 (Wednesday)
Time: 6.30 PM – 8.30 PM
Location: PGP Basketball Court

We will be having a Mini Olympics event in conjunction with the hosting of the Youth Olympic Games by Singapore.

Those who are interested, please come in casual/sports wear.

For those who do not know how to get to PGP’s basketball court, we will be meeting at the Central Forum at 6:20PM. Those who are meeting us at the central forum, please SMS Vivian @ 81899035 by 5:30 PM. We will leave promptly at 6:30 PM. There may be a possible change in venue in the event that the Basketball Court is not available, and we will put a notice there if we do change venues.

18/08/2010: Welcome Tea Write-Up & Slides

We will update this space shortly, but for those who didn’t come to the meeting and want to know what this semester for KCIG is going to be about, you may download our slides here. (:


What is WAH! Korea?

Ever since the screening of Korean Dramas in Singapore, it has ignited the passion of the locals for everything and anything related to Korea. Singaporeans, indeed, are embracing all aspects of Korea, from dramas to music, food, cosmetics as well as the language itself. As the base of “Korean Fans” has increased tremendously over the years, we would like to gather these passionate individuals and foster stronger bond to spread their interest for Korea. WAH! Korea is a supporters club for Korea under the Korea Tourism Organization (Singapore Office) and member’s role is to help raise the awareness of Korea and its culture in Singapore.

Who can join WAH! Korea?

If you are a Singaporean/PR/other nationalities (residing in Singapore) and you love everything from Korean dramas, food to music, you are more than qualified to join our team!

How can i contribute to WAH! Korea?

WAH! Korea members are a pool of volunteer ambassadors for Korea Tourism Organization. Club members can contribute to WAH! Korea by supporting Korea Plaza activities and events and also promote Korea through online (eg. Facebook, Blogs etc) and offline channels (eg. Self initiated projects).

What benefits do i get if I am a WAH! Korea member?

WAH! Korea members will be able to get priority placements for all Korea Plaza activities and events. Members also stand a chance to gain exclusive invitations to special events and Hallyu concerts/performances. All WAH! Korea members will also receive membership merchandise such as membership card and a T-shirt. WAH! Korea membership card holders also enjoy exclusive discounts offered by our official partners (eg. Korean restaurants, beauty & skincare shops, supermarkets etc ).

The WAH! Korea Reward System

The WAH! Korea membership is absolutely FREE and membership lasts for a lifetime. To sign up as a WAH! Korea member, registration can be done online from the link below or offline (walk-in submission at Korea Plaza or fax to 6534-3427.

To find out more about WAH! Korea and to register as a member, visit http://asiaenglish.visitkorea.or.kr/ena/newsletter/singapore_20100813/more_page.html

If you need more clarifications about Wah! Korea Support Club, please email us at kntosp@pacific.net.sg or drop us a call at 6533 0441.

Note from NUS KCIG: Please direct ALL queries/registrations to KTO! This event is headed by them, we are helping to promote!

18/08/2010: Welcome Tea for AY 10/11 Semester 1

Date: 18/08/2010 (WEDNESDAY)
Time: 7.00 PM – 8.00 PM (Light refreshments will be provided after the Welcome Tea!)
Location: LT 14

We REALLY hope to see you there!

PS: SORRY for the typo! It’s on a Wednesday! (:

07/08/2010: A Taste of Singapore

Some might dread the start of school. But to some of us, a new term signals a whole new batch of exchange students coming into NUS!

Some of us managed to get in touch with a couple of Korean exchange students from various Korean universities such as Korea University, Seoul National University and KAIST. We brought them around some tourist spots such as Chinatown and Fort Canning, and introduced them to local delights – Bak Kut Teh and Chicken Rice. Oh and we told them all about the latest craze to hit our shoes – KOI Bubble Tea too!

Photos will be up in a bit!

To the members that helped us on that day, thank you very much. And to the Koreans that joined us, we hope you enjoyed yourselves and we definitely look forward to meeting up with you all even after school starts! (:

03/02/2010: Second Meeting!

Date: 03/02/2010
Time: 06.30 PM – 08.30 PM
Location: AS4 Level 6 Classrooms

The session this week will be all about Korean pop culture. There will be an information session followed by a quiz! Attractive prizes to be won!

See you there!

PS: NUS KCIS will be having a booth at NUS Cultural Activities’ Club (CAC) Cultural Week from 3-5 February 2010. Do come down and support us if you can! Those who wish to help out at the booth, please contact Jasmine at 91514848. We are also inviting a group to perform Korean pop songs on 3 February from 12.35pm to 1pm. We hope to see you there too! (: