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Korean Cultural Centre Australia

Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) Australia is a non-profit organisation established by the South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in April 2011 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Korea.

Based in Sydney, the KCC strives to bring Korean culture to Australia while also cementing cultural bonds between the two countries. Throughout the year, the KCC hosts an art exhibition in its gallery, which features some of the best traditional and contemporary Korean art. The KCC also promotes artist exchanges by being a venue partner for the Korea-Australia Art Foundation’s annual Art Prize.

The KCC stages a wide variety of cultural programs including educational programs, workshops and events for all ages; including the Korean Film Festival in Australia, cooking demonstrations, dance classes and live performances.

Korean Cultural Centre Australia

255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW, Australia

02 8267 3400

Mon to Fri 10am–6pm.
Free Admission.

Korean Cultural Centre Australia

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