Come and Join Us, We are TVD KOREA
WE ARE TVD KOREA
Everyone Has a Dream and We make our Dreams come true
Every person has the right to pursue one’s own happiness.
TVD was established for those who wishes to travel, volunteer and communicate with people around the world.
Through sharing, relaxation, and opportunities to learn, TVD aims to support them in accomplishing their goals and dreams.
Mission Youths will travel all around the world, Volunteer with different people and Dream new future.
Youths will travel all around the world, Volunteer with different people and Dream new future
- ‘Establishment’ of a non-profit global NGO
- ‘Excellence Prize’ of Youth Cooperative’ from
Ministry of Strategy and Finance ROK (2016.12.1.)
- ‘Financial Support’ as a social enterprise from
Ministry of Employment and Labor ROK (2017.03.20)
- ‘Best Youth NGO' for International Voluntary Service from the Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency
Travel Volunteer Dream Cooperative
80, Seolgae-ro, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea
Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes (banchan) that accompany steam-cooked shortgrain rice. Kimchi is served often, sometimes at every meal.
Commonly used ingredients include sesame oil, doenjang (fermented bean paste), soy sauce, salt, garlic, ginger, pepper flakes and gochujang (fermented red chili paste) If you have dietary needs please let us know in advance!
The currency of Korea is the Korean Won(KRW,원).
The exchange rate for 1 EUR to KRW is 1200.(as of May 2017) Major currencies can easily be exchanged at many banks with identification(such as passport)
Korea is the ultimate seasonal country!
The weather is extremely cold in the winter( D e c, Jan, Feb)extremely hot inthe summer,(Jun,Jul,Aug) as wellas sometimes rainy, and quite mild, warm and cold at night in both autumn (Sep, Oct, Nov) and spring (Mar, Apr, May).
Preparing clothes appropriately for your camp!
Korea is a 24/7 society.
All of life’s conveniences are attainable on demand in Korea’s towns and cities
Here are a few expression to get you through your first few days here in Korea:
Good morn/aft/eve : Annyong haseyo?
Good-bye to person leaving : Annyonghi kasayo
Good-bye to person staying: Annyonghi kyesayo
Good night : Annyonghi jumusayo
My name is : Chonunimnida
How are you?: Ottoshimnikka?
Do you speak English?: Yeongeorul malsum halsu isseoyo?
Yes : Ne No : Aniyo
Thank you : Kamsahamnida I am sorry : Mianhamnida