Villagers in two-week sessions at Sup sogŭi Hosu gain and enhance language and culture skills through an immersion experience embedded in daily life and featuring games, sports, crafts, music, outdoor activities, etc. Emphasis is on listening comprehension and speaking. The program is open to youth ages 8-18 of all proficiency levels.
On a typical morning at Sup sogŭi Hosu, you might wake up to taekwondo exercises. Next, you might try your hand at some afternoon archery, or express your artistic side seated at a potter’s wheel. Our chefs will make sure you enjoy every delicious bite of your authentic Korean meals.
Each day of the program, as you canoe and swim in Turtle River Lake, sing songs around the camp fire, and play traditional Korean games, you’ll surprise yourself with how much and how quickly you learn.
|7:30||기상당번 / Wake Up Duty|
|8:10||아침체조 / Morning Exercises|
|8:30||아침식사 / Breakfast|
|9:20||큰마당 모임 / Large Group|
|10:10||작은 마당 1 / Learning Group 1|
|11:00||놀이마당 1 / Activity Group 1|
|11:40||자유시간 / Free Time|
|12:10||점심 식사 / Lunch|
|13:20||한국방송 시청 / Korean Program Viewing|
|14:00||캐빈청소 / Cabin Cleaning|
|14:20||낮잠시간 / Nap Time|
|15:30||놀이마당 2 / Activity Group 2|
|16:20||자유시간 / Free Time|
|17:30||작은 마당 2 / Learning Group 2|
|18:40||저녁식사 / Dinner|
|20:20||마당놀이 / Evening Program|
|21:50||우리집 모임 / Cabin Time|
|22:30||잘자요! / Good Night!|
Sup sogŭi Hosu has a relaxed atmosphere. You won’t need much more than shorts, t-shirts, a swimsuit, long pants, and warm sweatshirts. You’ll have the opportunity to dress up for a few events and also try on a hanbok (a traditional Korean costume).