KCC to host first K-Street Festival in BGC

KCC to host first K-Street Festival in BGC

By The Manila Times

May 27, 2019

Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) is hosting its very first “K Street Festival” from May 31 to June 1 at C1 Park, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City.

A grand showcase of Korea’s popular activities and trends, the K Street Festival is an event for friends and family interested in the diverse culture of Korea.

The two-day free festival has seven staging areas themed to target the different sectors of Korea’s popular presence in the country such as art, beauty products, games, tourism, K-pop, dramas, and food. It carries out the mission to provide the community with the best activities to learn the traits and culture of Korea.

Kukkiwon Taekwondo Demonstration Team

The staging areas will feature different fun activities, food stalls, cooking demonstrations, and hanbok wearing and Korean art experience zones, informational stations about Korea tourism, K-pop and exhibitor stations that showcase Korean traditional art and products.

Also joining the festival are the Kukkiwon Taekwondo Demonstration Team from Korea, SB19 and the 2018 Pinoy K-pop Star winners K-IDLE, Kaiju-x, Mix’in, John Paul Manuel, Sandra dela Cruz, and Venisse Nicole Siy.

Guests who will visit all seven stations will have a chance to win raffle prizes to be drawn each day.

This 2019, the Republic of Korea and the Philippines are celebrating the “year of mutual exchange” for the 70th anniversary of Philippines-Korea bilateral relations.

SB19 boyband

With this initiative, KCC hopes for a continuous robust relationship between Korea and the Philippines. The K Street Festival aims to become an instrumental platform in which the Filipinos can come together in fun and entertainment.

Admission at the event is free. This event is a collaborative initiative of KCC, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines, United Korean Community Association, and Bonifacio High Street and is part of the Korean Culture Day event of the Korean Culture and Information Service of Korea.

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