Saturday, October 23, 2010

Movie Screening: 전우치 (The Taoist Wizard)

안녕하세요 !!

Dear members,
Please be informed that our next activity will be movie screening.

Date: 27th Oct 2010, Wednesday.
Time: 2.00pm-4.30pm
Venue: Mitsubishi Hall, CLT.

This is your time to relax your mind from stress.

See you there ! :)

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Dance Culture activity


Next week activity will be Korean Culture Dance. This activity will be an opportunity for you guys to try the Korean culture dance. So, don't miss this! We're looking forward to see you guys next week! ;D

Date: 20th October 2010, Wednesday
Time: 2.30 - 4.30 pm
Venue: CLT 1.13

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Kimchi-PaJeon Recipe (^_^)V

안녕 여러분~~

Some members asked for the recipe to be uploaded to the blog, so here it is.. Hope you guys enjoy cooking korean food at home..ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  • 100g Kimchi
  • 50g Squid
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 table spoon cooking oil
  • 1 table spoon soy sauce
  • Big Onion
  • Spring onion

1) Cut Kimchi into 1 inch cube
2) Slice squid into 2 inch
3) Mix the cut Kimchi, squid, onion and flour
4) Add egg to the mixed Kimchi, squid etc
5) Put water and stir shortly
6) Fry the mixed dough on the oiled pan
7) Serve with soy sauce

감사합니다~ 안녕~

Monday, October 11, 2010

Cooking Demonstration - Joint Activity

안녕하세요 !

How was the trip to Sungai Liang? 재미 있었어요? Of course ! Are you still up for more activities? Here's the detail:

What? Cooking Demonstration.
When? Wednesday, 13th Oct 2010 (2.30pm - 4.30pm).
Where? CLT Foyer.

What dish we are going to make is still a mystery. Here's a tip on how to find out what it is, do come to the event :DD

This is a joint activity with UBD Sawadee Club. They will show us a cooking demonstration as well. Here's your chance to show your cooking skill !

수요일 만나요 :)


Saturday, October 9, 2010

2nd activity

안영하세요 !

Second KCC activity would be a visit to a Korean school in Sungai Liang.

Date: Sunday, 10 Oct 2010.
Attire: Sports Attire.

To all members who have signed up for this activity, please do come as early as 11am. The rendezvous point would be the CLT foyer.

To those who live in Tutong, you are required to wait at Taman Rekreasi Sungai Basong. The bus will pick you up at about 11.45am.

p/s: Food will be provided.


Monday, October 4, 2010

Short meeting for KCC 2nd activity!



There will be a short meeting regarding our next activity. Wondering what the activity will be?
Please attend the short meeting to know about it! (:

DATE: 6th October 2010, Wednesday
TIME: 2.30 - 4.00 pm

This Wednesday will be the last day of registration!

See you there! ;D

Friday, October 1, 2010

Korean Phrases

KCC 1st Activity: Chuseok & Hari Raya Celebration
Date: 29/9/2010
Day: Wednesday

The words

ㄱ고치 (ggu chi) : Satay

(kei k
û) : Cake

(bap) : Rice

김 밥
(gim bap) : Seaweed rice

김 치
(gim chi) : Kimchi

잡 채
(jap chae) : Mixed veg.noodle

(shi ghe) : Barley drinks

The phrase

고향에 잘 다녀 오세요.

go hyang e jal da nyeo oseyo.
hometown welcome back.

즐가운 추석 연휴 보내세요.

jûl ga un chu seok yeon hyu bu nae se yo.
happy chuseok long holiday please have.


What is ganggangsullae?

Ganggangsullae is translated as "Korean Round Dance". It is mostly played on Chuseok, the 15th of August by the Lunar Calendar.

The history of ganggangsullae

It is said to be originated during the Korean-Japanese war (1592-1598). When Admiral Lee Sun-Sin was fighting against Japanese forces, he used Ganggangsullae as a strategic trick that could show he had many soldiers. Under the full moon, making a fire in the center, many women turned around the fire hand in hand. This made the women's shadow on the mountain side . Seen from a distance, it looked like many soldiers were guarding their camp. It worked as a frightening image to the enemy and helped the Admiral Lee to won the battle. From that age, it has been succeeded to commemorate the victory during Chuseok holidays.

How to play?

As the moon rises, women gather at circle. holding each other's hand, then start to turn round and round yelling 'Ganggangsullae' with one voice. Under the moon light, the dancing of women in Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) makes wonderful scene.