▲ Photo courtesy Jeju Multicultural Education Center
Jeju City Office of Education and Jeju Multicultural Education Center held a cultural event for 18 children from other countries on May 20, World Citizen Day.
They visited the Jeju Meteorological Administration Office and Jeju Police Office, to learn about the local weather, and experience police work. This event was designed to build community spirit and promote understanding of people’s roles in the community.
Jeju Multicultural Education Center holds outdoor activities at Noduddol multicultural pre-school once a month. These acitivities allow immigrant families to experience Korean and Jeju culture in order to improve Korean language skills and adapt to school.
Noduddol multicultural pre-school programs are designed to support children who have immigrated with their parents to Jeju. The location of the center is at 2-21 Shinheung 2-gil, Jocheon-eup, Jeju City. For further information, please visit www.jmec.go.kr or call, 064-784-9041.
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