Team Building Program in Seoul

Team Building Program 1: Long Tail Whirling

Long tail Whirling, Photo @ Yonhap News

Long Tail Whirling of which one of Korean traditional cultural performance can turn into team building program for corporate & incentive tourist in Korea. A professional instructor give them lesson for 15 minutes and let them know how to twist paper made long tail on the head and judge who is the best performer among the group. One group is normally consist of 8-10 person. Spectator can feel so fun when his/her companion trying to do this performance. It can be done not only indoor but also outdoor site and the competition will take around 30 minutes per group. (See movie clip how to play)

Team Building Program 2: Throwing Korean Traditional Arrow to a Hole, called ‘Tuho’

Tuho, Photo @ Wiki

Tuho is a traditional Korean game that requires players to throw sticks into a large, sometimes ornate, canister from a certain distance. The game is a traditional diversion on Korean New Year‘s Day and Chuseok. Modern versions are often played with a simple canister and rubber-tipped arrows. For the team building, the organizer divide all participants into small groups(1o people for one group) and each player have a chance to throw at least 3 arrows from 10 meter distance to the target hole. Then count the number successfully done per group and select the winner.  (See the movie clip how to play)

Team Building Program 3: Hanbok (Korean Traditional Costume) Origami

Hanbok Origami, Photo @

Hanbok Origami is one of Korean’s indoor activities ancient time in Korea. And now it can done for team building program for tourist. Through this activities, tourist can learn how to make Korean traditional costume-Hanbok and also learn the importance of listening customers voice. Because, anybody who miss any single process how to fold or unfold to make Hanbok can not complete his/her mission. it will take total 35 minutes including 10 minutes professional lecture. The organizer have to set up groups, and one group is consist of 10-15 person and it is one of indoor program for the group. (See the movie clip how to make Hanbok Origami)

Team Building Program 4: Making harmony with four(4) Korean traditional musical instruments; Samul-nori

Making Harmony with Korean musical instrument, Photo@TBS

Samul nori is a genre of traditional percussion music originating in Korea. The word samul means “four objects” and nori means “play”; samul nori is performed with four traditional Korean musical instruments. They are ‘Kkwaenggwari (a small gong), ‘Jing (a larger gong)’, ‘Janggu (an hourglass-shaped drum)’, andBuk (a barrel drum similar to the bass drum)

For the team building, a professional player teach how to beat the four musical instrument for the group for 10 minutes and teach how to play together by members in a group for another 5 minutes . And the instructor divide a group into Group 1-A & 1-B, and let them make sound harmony for 15 minutes and judge which group done successfully for the similarity to the original Korea traditional sound. For making sound harmony, every player have to respect each other and have to concentrate on when make sound at the exact timing by himself/herself. During the competition, the professional instructor will give sign to “Beat Now! for each part. It is so dynamic game and everybody love to perform with exciting feeling.

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