2022 Toronto Korean Speech Contest
2022 Toronto Korean Speech Contest:
for non-Korean students who study Korean language to encourage them to learn more about Korean & K-culture
□ The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto (Korean Education Centre in Canada) will virtually host ‘2022 Toronto Korean Speech Contest’on Saturday, March 19, 2022 at 12:00pm-16:00pm in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Korea of the University of Toronto.
□ This year marks the 16th anniversary of the Toronto Korean Speech Contest, which is annually held for non-Korean students learning Korean. The contest is divided into high school & novice for 15 years or older), beginner, intermediate and advanced level (for 18 years or older) categories and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners of each category and the grand prize winner will be awarded certificates and prize money.
※ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Korean program scholarships and airline tickets will not be awarded.
□ Those who would like to participate in this virtual contest must upload their speech video to their personal YouTube channel by referring to the attached guideline and then register at Canadian Association of Teachers of Korean’s website at catk.ca by Friday, March 4, 2022.
o Participants must submit their speech script along with their YouTube link. When the registration is successfully completed, the registration number will be issued by email after confirmed by the organizing committee of the Toronto Korean Speech Contest.
□ The Quiz Contest to be held as a side event is open to all ages of non-native Koreans to encourage them to learn more about Korea. Ten (10) quiz winners will get e-gift cards sponsored by Korea Tourism Organization Toronto Office.
o Only residents in Canada will be eligible to receive a prize.
□ The 16th Toronto Korean Speech and Quiz Contest is expected to provide opportunities for Korean learners to show their speech skills and further understand Korean culture.
For more details about guidelines and application, please visit https://catk.ca/speech-contest/guidelines/