Communication Contest in Korean

I’ve neglected this blog for almost a month. So many things to do, so little time. I will definitely be back in March — when I’m done with my hagwon obligations. In the meantime, please take notice of this contest sponsored by CiCi Korea. It is the same organization that awarded Rep. Jasmine Lee as one of the image models of Korea in 2011.

You can download the application from CICI.

Reposting:

The Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI) is holding a communication contest with the topic of “Communicating for a Brighter Future of Korea.” The winner will be entitled to participate at the 4th Culture Communication Forum (CCF) on September 3-5, 2013 in Seoul as the Korean/foreign youth representative to discuss cultural themes together with world renowned cultural experts from Korea and abroad.

■ Contest Outline

▪ Application deadline: March 29, 2013

▪ Announcement of finalists: 14:00, April 5, 2013

The announcement will be posted on our website at www.coreaimage.org

▪ Final round: 13:30, April 13, 2013

Location: Seoul Museum (201 Buam-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul)

-Participants: Koreans and non-Koreans under the age of 35

-Contest language: Korean

▪ Application method:

1) Submit the attached application

2) Your original idea in one of the following formats

1. Essay: Less than 2 pages (font size 11)

2. Video clip: less than 4 minutes, WMV/MPEG file format

3. Singing a song: less than 4 minutes, WAV/MP3 file format

4. For any other formats, please contact us

E-mail address: bureau@coreaimage.org, cici@coreaimage.org

■ Contest Details

The theme of the contest is “Communicating for a Brighter Future of Korea.”

Choose only ONE of the following topics. Finalists must deliver their presentation in Korean.

1) What is the significance of the hallyu, the Korean Wave including K-pop and Korean drama? In your opinion, what other aspect of Korean culture can drive the next phase of the Korean wave? Why do you think that the aspect of Korean culture you chose will communicate well with the world? Use images, video or statistics to explain your position.

2) In your opinion, what will be the new keyword that will symbolize Korea for the rest of the world in 2013? Why do you think so? How can this keyword be promoted around the world?

3) In Korea, “multiculturalism” is often equated with Southeast Asian immigrants. If you were a scholar studying multiculturalism or a public official in charge of multicultural affairs, what could you do to change this perception? Give specific examples.

■Prizes

▪ 1st Place: 3 million won

OR cash prize and a present of equivalent value

(for example, 2,000,000 won and a flight ticket)

▪ 2nd Place: 2 million won

OR cash prize and a present of equivalent value

▪ 3rd Place: 1 million won

OR cash prize and a present of equivalent value

▪ Participation Prize: 500,000 won or a present of equivalent value

▪ Popularity Prize: 300,000 won or a present of equivalent value

*All participants who reach the final round will receive a souvenir.

For further information,

call 02-424-0049 OR bureau@coreaimage.org, cici@coreaimage.org

Hosted by Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI)

Organized by: Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI),

Communication Strategy Institute (CSI)

One comment

  1. Pahelp aman po dto n po kmi korea aq po 3mons plng pinsan q 3years married kmi s korean nmatay po s pagkasagasa ng taxi pinsan q nun huwebes santo tas pinacremate po cia agad nun saturday nkiusap po kmi n wag sana wala kmi ngawa tas nakikiusap po kmi n khit abo nlng ayaw p din me malaki po ibyad un taxi s pgkamatay ng pinsan me anak po cia pgkadalaga s pinas s asawa nea naun ala po naun patay n nanay nea sna po mkakuha amn ng share un bata peo sbi dw po lhat un asawa me ryt eh ngtipid po cia at nkipgsapalaran dto pwa s anak nea lumapit n po kmi sa lhat pti embassy po wala mgawa sana po mtulungan neu kmi

Leave a Reply