The Sydney Korean Festival 2016 invites everyone to enjoy the fun


Are you a foodie who loves to taste exotic cuisine of different countries? The Sydney Korean Festival 2016 has brought you the chance of relishing authentic Korean food along with enjoying dance and music performances!

The upcoming festival will be held at Darling Harbour’s Tumbalong Park from 11am-8.30pm on Saturday, April 2. The attendees will have the chance to see a wide range of handicraft activities, enjoy music and dance performances, and devour mouth-watering Korean food including street food and desserts. You can even dance to the tune of K-Pop music, as the selection of K-Pop World Festival 2016 will be held in the evening.


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Impressed? Well, you are yet to know about the highlight of the event! You can watch the performance of Mr. Dae-Gyun Kim for free, not once but twice, during the festival! Mr. Kim is a well-known tightrope walker and has been known as the Cultural Asset of Korea.

The Korean Air and Asiana Airlines have given the festivalgoers the chance to win 3 economy class return air tickets from Sydney to Seoul. People will also get many opportunities to win a great number of giveaways and prizes on the festival day.

The festival will offer a great opportunity to learn about Korean culture and tourism. There will be a Korea Culture & Tourism Pavilion at the event where the Korea Cultural Centre and Korea Tourism Organization will display hands-on activities open to all.


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Come with your friends or family members and try your hands in making temple lanterns, calligraphy, or some different Korean crafts. You can also collect free travel related materials and guidebooks from the central information desk.

So, don’t miss your chance of getting a glimpse of Korean food, culture, and traditions on the soil of Australia! Check out the Sydney Korean Festival website for more information.

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