Your Guide to the First Ever K-Street Festival!

The everything-Korean “K-Street Festival” has already started and we’re excited to see all of Korea’s popular activities and trends showcased in the event.

Organized by the Korean Cultural Center (KCC), in partnership with Bonifacio High Street and United Korean Community Association, the two-day free festival which runs from May 31 to June 1 (and a culminating event on June 2) has seven staging areas themed to showcase the Korean trends that are popular in the country. The K Street Festival aims to become a platform in which the Filipinos can come together in fun and entertainment.

In case you aren’t sure yet what to expect, the first two days of K-Street Festival will have seven stations all filled with activities and even chances to win raffle prizes! Here’s your guide to them.

K Food

Different food stalls and concessionaires selling and offering authentic Korean food are available in this booth. Visitors who will take a photo of the Korean food and post it on Instagram with the hashtag #KStreetFestivalBGC will get a chance to win special prizes.

K Drama

In partnership with VIU Philippines and Asianovela Channel, visitor’s knowledge on Korean dramas will be tested to win prizes. Movie screenings and special activities are also available for visitors.

K Beauty

Korean brands such as Nature Republic, Mishha, and Korean beauty product resellers will offer Korean beauty cult products at a discounted price!

K Pop

K-pop merchandise, fun activities, and freebies from Philippine K-pop Convention Inc. (PKCI) and participating K-pop fan clubs are prepared just for the visitors.

K Tour

Free hanbok (Korean traditional costume) wearing experience is available in this booth. K Tour walls of famous spots in Korea are also available for the visitors to take a photo. In partnership with Klook PH, visitors will also have a chance to get special discounts on tour packages from Klook.

K Art

Participate in KCC’s free Minhwa workshop to discover the beauty of traditional Korean art. Visitors will also have a chance to learn and write their names in Hangeul or Korean letters.

K Fun

Korean traditional games such as tuho and jegi can be played in this booth. Visitors who will win in one of the two Korean traditional will have a chance to win prizes.

If you visit all stations, you can have them stamped and if you’re one of the first 70 attendees per day to complete the all stickers, you get to win a prize! You can also drop it as a raffle stub also found at the redemption booth.

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.

The event is free so don’t miss it! For more information, visit the KCC Philippines’ website.

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