The Convoy district is on the verge of establishing a banner! Tomorrow, January 12th, 10am, the San Diego City Council meeting will be presenting the item to propose banners to be placed in the Convoy district to mark it as an official tourism neighborhood of San Diego, and asking the council for approval.
Please join the team tomorrow at 10am and support the Convoy district!
Your monthly feed on the exciting things going on in the Convoy area.
Démodé. Of course the French would have a single word for this!
Cure could also be quite useful, as I wanna attempt a “low carb cure”
And cantonner. Ouais. Je vois. C’est pas difficile.
If you’re learning Korean, a word I can think of for you would be 목 and 쉬었다. Each meaning “throat (or neck)” and “to become hoarse”, cuz that describes my current state !
Presenting how to say “hoarse throat” with my actually hoarse throat. May be irritable. Excuse the ridiculousness. (This is what happens if you chit chat gossip and banter for god knows how long while not having fully recovered from a cold)
The survey is created by Ms. Sung Kim who is the President of Korean Language Teachers Association in USA and National Korean Studies. House of Korea in San Diego also supports this to prepare our young generation to be global citizen to learn Koreans besides Chinese, French, Japanese and Spanish.
Written by JJ Hwang of House of Korea:
성탄절 가족과 함께 즐거운 시간 보내고 계세요?
샌디에고의 Torrey Pines 고등학교에서 한국어반을 개설하기 위해 학생들과 학부모들이 Chang.org 에 petition 을 보내고 있습니다. 현재있는 중국어, 불어, 일본어와 스페인어 외에 한국어도 학생들이 선택하여 공부하여 글로벌무대에서 활동할 수 있드록 힘을 모입시다.
아래의 사이트를 방문하시고 sign up 을 하신 후에 원하시면 comment 도 적어 주시고 submit 하시면 됩니다. 2-3분 정도 걸리는 일이지만 여러분의 관심이 학교 교장님과 교육국을 설득할 수 있는 카드가 됩니다. 동참해 주시면 감사하겠습니다.
This is great for me who has a membership to DramaFever. Wanna watch one of the biggest KPOP shows of the year? MAMA’s here!
DramaFever has a gift for you. Starting tomorrow, December 16th, the 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) are coming to DramaFever for free and fully subbed all the way from Hong Kong.
DramaFever is bringing K-pop fans a chance to watch the biggest Asian music show of the year. The special will feature all the biggest stars and performances by EXO, SHINee, Zion.T, GOT7, BTS, BIGBANG, iKON, CL, PSY, and many more.
We are expecting more than 350,000 visitors, meaning San Diego’s largest free community festival with parking difficulty!
Please try to arrive 1 hr before your choice of volunteer time due to traffic congestion. The San Diego Zoo lot is the only free parking space. City College Lots is free Inspiration Point parking lot for $20/vehicle (accessible from Park Blvd and Presidents Way) – House of Korea will reimburse $10/vehicle, if you cannot find free parking space.
visitors to use the FREE off-site shuttles or take public transportation. Avoid the 163 southbound during the hours of 5-8pm, as this highway will be very congested. Use alternate routes to get to the Park and the shuttle stops.
Loading Zones can be found on Parks Blvd and Presidents Way – and on the west side of 6th and Laurel. Taxis, ride-sharing, or other vehicles can utilizes these 3 minute loading areas for pick-up and drop-off.
December Nights Shuttles run on Friday from 3:00-midnight and on Saturday from 11:30 until midnight in all locations. The last shuttle from the park is at 11:45pm.
City College Lots between 16th and “B and C” Streets: Parking is free and there are more than 1,500 parking spaces. Shuttle drops off at 6th & Laurel Streets. The Park is approximately 1/4 mile from City College, so walking is an option. To get to the City College lots use I-5 and exit at “B” Street.
Downtown San Diego on Ash St between 5th and 6th Ave. Numerous parking lots in this area at $5, or free street parking after 6pm. Shuttle drops off at 6th and Laurel.
DRIVING TO THE PARK
Parking at for the public Balboa Park is extremely limited. There is some free parking, free disabled parking, and paid vehicle parking. All other areas require a permit.
Free Parking: The San Diego Zoo lot is the only free, non-permitted lot at the Park. It fills very quickly. Arrive early to park there.
Paid Parking: Optional preferred parking for $25/vehicle at the Natural History Museum parking lot and the South Carousel lot (both accessible from Park Blvd. and Village Place); and at the Inspiration Point parking lot for $20/vehicle (accessible from Park Blvd and Presidents Way).
Please read the attached map to familiarize HoK Food tent & Spirit Garden.
See you all!
House of Korea is a San Diego based educational, cultural nonprofit organization, and is currently an associate member of the House of Pacific Relations, International Cottages, Balboa Park, San Diego.
Founder: 황정주 JJ Hwang
Our mailing address is:
2125 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92134
Balboa Park에서 매년 열리는 December Nights 행사가 올해 38회를 맞이합니다. 한국의 집 단체는 이 행사의 일부인 “International Christmas Festival”에 작년에 이어 올해도 참여합니다. 부스에서는 한국음식을 판매할 예정이며 “Spirit Garden”이라는 공간에서는 한국 맥주와 막걸리등의 한국 술도 선보입니다. 토요일에는 한국 공연을 주최하는 역할도 맡았습니다. 아래 자세한 정보 드립니다. 읽어주셔서 감사합니다!
일시: Friday, Dec. 4, 3-11pm, 그리고 Saturday, Dec. 5, noon-11pm. 장소: Balboa Park – International Cottage Lawn (2294 Pan America Plaza, San Diego, CA 92101)
한국의 집은 이 행사에서 부스를 운영하며 토요일 Dec. 5th 1:30-1:45 pm & 5:30-6 pm 에는 공연을 주최할 예정입니다.
House of Korea Entertainment 순서:
1:45-2 pm 한국 전통 춤과 음악: 샌디에고 연합 감리 교회의 Enoc Korean traditional dance team
Project Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield and Palm Springs
Project Headquarters: Los Angeles, California
Open Call to all Visual Artists residing or working in California between November 2015 and January 2016.
We are searching for California Visual Artists to paint 32 life-size cow sculptures as part of a new campaign titled “Milk Loves Art.” Final sculptures will be donated to the Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times charity. Sculptures will be auctioned off and 100% of proceeds will benefit Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times.
Dang– can you believe it? Irvine’s Edwards University Town Center 6 will be playing 3 Korean films simultaneously until next Thursday for sure! “Beauty Inside”, “Assassination”, and “Veteran”. It’s as if I’m back in Seoul.