23 DECEMBER 2017 - 05 JANUARY 2018

PyeongChang 2018 - Christmas and New Year holiday activities

A cosy area in which to discover Korean culture, with creative activities and a workshop where you can learn Hangul, considered one of the most “scientific” alphabets in the world.

Be inquisitive and get involved - it’s 100 per cent FREE OF CHARGE!



Korean Corner - “When Tigers Smoked Pipes”
From Sat 23 December 2017 to Fri 5 January 2018 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Once upon a time,” or, as Koreans say, “When tigers smoked pipes”… Make yourself comfortable in Korean Corner, where you can read and listen to stories, try out Korean board games and engage in DIY design activities using the PyeongChang Games emblems.
  • Gym, level 0
  • Open to all
  • Free to access, all day



Hangul workshop with artist Yona Lee
Wed 27 December 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Discover the Korean alphabet Hangul, which was created by King Sejong in 1446. After writing out your name in Hangul, you can use the various letters to design pictograms and depict the PyeongChang Games!

  • Gym, level 0
  • Open to all
  • Free to access, all day - subject to availability


And don’t forget… from Thurs 7 December 2017 to Sun 11 March 2018 (except Mondays):

Visit the exhibitions wearing a hanbok, a traditional Korean garment

  • All day, in front of the Focus exhibition, level 1
  • Adult’s and children’s sizes - subject to availability


Special Korean menu at the TOM Café

From kimchi to sweet potato noodles, a whole range of surprising, inventive dishes are being added to the menu.

  • TOM Café level 2


You can find the entire PyeongChang 2018 programme here - Events and visitor experience activities (coming soon)