The event is set to kick off on Tran Van Lai street in Nam Tu Liem district of Hanoi. This area is also known as the Korean quarter in the capital, as it is home to many Koreans who live and work here.
Visitors to the event will have the chance to experience a wide range of activities showcasing Korean culture at over 100 stalls. These stalls include representatives from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Vietnam, the Korea Tourism Organization in Vietnam, the Korean Cultural Center, Woori Bank, and Samsung. The stalls will feature a variety of cuisines, traditional costumes, and products from both countries.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to taste popular Korean dishes such as kimchi, noodles, fish cake, and grilled meat, which are beloved by many young Vietnamese people.
In addition to the gastronomic delights, the festival will also feature performances by Vietnamese singers as well as Korean music and dance. These performances will allow tourists to immerse themselves in the cultural ambiance of both countries.
Chang Eun Sook, president of the Korean Association in Hanoi, stated that visitors will be able to try on the traditional Korean costume called Hanbok, participate in folk games, and take check-in photos. These activities are sure to bring joy and excitement to both locals and tourists.
The 2022 festival attracted tens of thousands of people from both countries, and this year’s event aims to further promote friendship and mutual understanding through cultural exchanges.