|Gyeonggi English Village, Paju Camp (경기영어마을 파주캠프)|
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|Every facility and training program encourages visitors to actively participate, and so it enables a natural English learning experience in the context of daily life. In a setting resembling a village in an English-speaking country, participants experience various culture from around the world, increase their international social consciousness and realize the value of English as a means of communication. Coaching by kind, native English-speaking teachers helps increase participants’ interest in English and boosts participants’ confidence in speaking to foreigners. Upon completing the camp, students will be more motivated to study English with greater interest and enthusiasm.
All facilities have been newly built to simulate a village in an English-speaking country. Students can learn English by enjoying a cultural experience in an exotic environment. Paju Camp is a model English village created by Gyeonggi Province. The more than 700 trainees and teachers residing in the village, and the hands-on training programs and facilities merge naturally in daily life through the 3Es (Education, Experience and Entertainment).
Though it is located near urban areas for easy access, it is a suburban English village in harmony with its surrounding natural environment. Through diverse performances and events that occur all year round, the village is more than simply a place for hands-on English learning, it is an English cultural space.
|[1 day program]
Eligibility: for primary school children, elementary students and families.
English village experience
※ Mondays: 1 day program does not operate (admission only, visitors can freely look around)
※ Tuesdays: 1 day program does not operate (admission only, and convenient facilities open)
[Family Europe Camp in Paju: Paju e-valley (1 night 2 days)]
※ For more info, refer to the homepage.
* Last admission: 1 hour before closing.
* Free admission after 18:00.
|[General admission] Weekdays 3,000 won / Weekends 5,000 won
[musical performance] 10,000 won
[1 day experience] 8,000 won
※ The handicapped and veterans, offered with discounts, are required for ID check.
|* Take the bus 200 from Hapjeong, Baekseok, Madu, Daehwa Station (Seoul Subway line 3)|