Session 1 Field Trips
There are 4 official field trips (covered by the field trip fee) as well as one pop-up class field trips that is led by a professor(tentative). The pop-up class trip is to the House of Sharing which will also be an optional field trip students may choose to attend. Students have the ability to choose which field trips they wish to attend when they sign-up!
The following are the specific dates and descriptions of the field trips offered for the EISC program (Please note that field trips are subject to change):
|July 1||Fri||Official Trip #1||Gyeongbokgung Palace||
Enjoy sightseeing around this main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty built in 1395. This special palace is situated in the heart of Korean capital city, and contains both history and beauty of Korea.
|July 8||Fri||Official Trip #2||Korean Food Making||
Enjoy making various Korean dishes like bibimbap, japchae, spicy rice cakes, fried pancakes, Bulgogi and many more at NowCooking Studio!
|July 15||Fri||Official Trip #3||HYBE Insight||This digital art exhibition offers a holistic, stimulating experience consisting of sound, movement, and story through the music of the global KPOP artist like BTS.|
|July 22||Fri||Official Trip #4||Lotte World||
The amusement park Lotte World is a fun field trip for students to purely enjoy and relax with fellow classmates after a week of studies!
Session 2 Field Trips
Half-Day Field Trips and Activities
- HYBE Insight
- Gyeongbokgung Palace
- Lotte Tower
- Making Korean Food
- K-Pop Dance
- Temple Stay
Special Cultural Excursion Trip - Gyeongju
Students will be able to experience authentic Korean traditional culture and life through the following activities:
- Visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Tasting traditional local cuisine
- Date: August 19-20, 2022
- All schedules are tentative and subject to change without prior notice.