Six Nigerian Youths Participate In Korean Cooking Programme

6 Nigerian Youths Participate In Korean Cooking Programme

Six Nigerian youths participated in a cooking event organized by the Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria (KCCN) in Abuja, learning to prepare traditional Korean dishes Tteokbokki and Japchae.

The event aimed to prepare the youths for the upcoming Korea cooking competition.

The participants demonstrated enthusiasm and creativity, using various ingredients to prepare the dishes. They expressed appreciation for the opportunity to learn about Korean cuisine and culture.

Ms Ella Ola, a participant, said learning to prepare Tteokbokki and Japchae was an interesting experience, and she appreciated the opportunity to discover new areas of interest.

Another participant, Ms Nike Juir, commended the KCCN for bringing the cultural centre to Abuja and providing opportunities for Nigerians to showcase their talents.

Ms Bassey Inyang, a participant, thanked the organisers for the opportunity to learn about Korean culture and food. Ms Lee Hyerim, KCCN Culture Event Officer, said the event was organised to prepare participants for the 2024 Korea cooking contest.

Ms Habiba Yakubu, Culture and Event Officer of KCCN, said the aim was to expose Nigerians to Korean culture and dishes, encouraging participation in the upcoming competition.

The event showcased the willingness of Nigerian youths to learn about Korean culture and cuisine, with participants expressing enthusiasm and appreciation for the opportunity.

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