Learning and playing traditional Korean games at school is a fun way for your students to become familiar with Korean culture and language.
These games can be played indoors or outdoors and are suitable as part of your classroom programme or as a lunchtime activity.
Adults also enjoy playing these games so they can be used with staff or at a community event.
Most equipment and game boards can be purchased from local Korean grocery markets or online.
Alternatively, contact the Korean Education Centre for further information and advice 09 303 2625.
A Ludo-like board game of chance and strategy.
Throw arrows into an jar to score points.
Korean hacky sack.
A board game of strategy similar to Connect Four.
Asia New Zealand Foundation acknowledges the advice and collaboration from the Korean Education Centre in providing these resources.