This is the first school that Education Ministry had reportedly opened, with English as an official language. The school is, however, to offer education in both English and Korean. Arts, physical education, health, English, Filipino and special activities will be taught in English, while math, science and social studies will be taught in Korean. The school has 30 teachers and 91 students enrolled in it, and is to offer both elementary and secondary education. In a ceremony marking the opening of the school, some 150 people, including Choi Joong-kyung, Korean ambassador to Philippines, and Taquig Mayor Sigfrido Tinga, participated.
Recently, the Government of Philippines established a Korean school in the Philippines to support and enhance the country's Education system and offer quality education to Koreans abroad. Being on of the 30 Korean schools operating in 15 countries, the Korean International School Philippines was in process of being established since the early 1960s to allow Koreans abroad to continue their education under the government curriculum.