Strokes: Beautiful Korean Calligraphy Art Exhibit

'Strokes: Beautiful Korean Calligraphy' Exhibit is now open to the public as The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with the Korea Calligraphy Association recently welcomed the guest at the exhibit hall of KCC last January 21, 2019.

Here's a sample of the activity that the guests tried during the exhibit opening day. (Photo from Regine Monsanto)

The exhibit

The exhibit features 50 amazing calligraphy artworks from the Korea Calligraphy Association. Calligraphy is a form of art wherein words has been written in different strokes depending on the artist's style. As well, they showed the beauty of both black and white calligraphy and colored ones. (photo from KCC)

Aside from the displays at the KCC's exhibit hall, they also conducted a free calligraphy workshop on the opening day. Guests were able to learn the basic strokes for calligraphy and had the chance to do hands on activity. Calligraphy's ink undergoes with almost the same process as Sagunja's ink.

Strokes: Beautiful Korean Calligraphy will run from January 21, 2019 to Feb. 28, 2019 at the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines. This exhibit is free.

More details here: Korean Cultural Center PH


  1. I really love korean letters and i even learned it because im that interested with it. Wiuld love to see this personally