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Be a part of the Korean wave!

06 Nov 2018

Be a part of the Korean wave! Image

The Melbourne Korea Week Festival will be back for its fifth year in a two-day long event at Queensbridge Square on November 10 and 11.

Visitors are invited to enjoy performances, food stalls and cultural experiences of traditional and modern Korea.

The public event successfully attracted more than 50,000 people over the past four years by providing an immersive cultural experience.

Experience and be a part of a widespread “hallyu” – or Korean wave – with many festivities curated.

From 12 to 8 pm, a program line-up includes Korean traditional music performance, taekwondo, The Ongals’ comedy show, cooking demonstrations, Gorilla Crew’s street dance performance, K-pop DJ-ing and cross cultural performances collaborated by MIKTA.

Food stalls will be offering Korean cuisines such as tteokgalbi (grilled short rib patties), samgyeopsal (pork belly) and gangjeong (sweet and sour chicken), just to name a few.

Visitors can try on the hanbok (Korean traditional clothing), experience traditional Korean games and handicraft or take a taekwondo class hosted by Victoria University in the cultural experience zone of the festival.

For more information, www.facebook.com/koreaweekfestival

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