Attendees at the festival had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich cultural and artistic experience of Hue’s intangible cultural heritage, nhã nhạc (Vietnamese court music).

The Hue Royal Art Theatre presented 11 art performances, totaling 60 minutes, showcasing the traditional royal art to the audience.

In addition to the royal art, the audience was also treated to various songs and a fashion show featuring traditional costumes inspired by the landscapes and landmarks of the ancient capital, designed by Quang Hoa.

The festival, which originated as the October Theater Festival in 1989, has evolved into an international theater gala attracting artists from countries such as France, Belgium, Germany, Kazakhstan, Slovakia, Italy, Mongolia, and Vietnam

The event also provided an opportunity for collaboration between Thua Thien Hue province and Korean localities to promote cultural heritage and explore ways to boost tourism and socio-economic development.