YÉOL’s educational programs on traditional Korean culture include the YÉOL Lecture for non-Koreans that is conducted in English, domestic and overseas field trips to historical sites, museum tours, and the historical walking tour of Seoul. Our educational programs are updated every year. To encourage young people’s involvement in traditional Korean culture, YÉOL provides the “Young YÉOL Program” that includes cultural heritage trips and lectures.
The YÉOL Lecture was started in 2003, at the Seoul Museum of History and is conducted in English. It is meant for foreign residents residing in Korea as well as Koreans, but also for individuals who are willing to act as goodwill ambassadors for promoting Korean culture abroad, as well as members of the general public who want to deepen their understanding of Korean culture. The lecture provides broad overview on history and Interesting topics on Korean culture.
YÉOL hosts a special lecture series by distinguished professionals. At the beginning of every year, Mr. Yoon Yol Soo, the director of the Gahoe Museum, hosts the New Year’s Lecture on the zodiac animal corresponding to the year.
YÉOL organizes a walking tour of Seoul that allows participants to experience corner by corner cultures and histories layered through past, present, and future.
This program is about learning and experiencing Korea’s environment, history, and culture by traveling through beautiful nature to the historical sites.
YÉOL Mom programs offer field trips and experience programs for kids to learn the value of Korean cultural heritage.
Cultural heritage preservation works cannot last long without the participation of the next generation. The Young YÉOL program offers cultural heritage field trips and lectures for the young people who deeply wish to learn and cherish the beauty of our traditions.