The Korean Cultural Centre in Vietnam is offering various activities for participants to engage in Korean culture. On July 28, there will be a workshop where participants can create crafts from Korean traditional Hanji paper. On August 4, participants can listen to Korean children’s stories and create Korean Minhwa painting. Additionally, on August 12, there will be an opportunity to make masks and experience Korean traditional mask dancing. All activities will take place at the National Library of Vietnam, located at 31 Trang Thi street in Hanoi. These activities are free of charge.

In 2017, the International Cultural Foundation (ICF) of the Republic of Korea opened the children cultural library at the National Library of Vietnam, providing a space for cultural exchanges and book readings to help children understand more about Korean culture.