Monday, November 6, 2017

Korea Gyeonggi-Do Food Festival @ Klang Parade

Annyeong, everyone!
The Korean food festival, Korea Gyeonggi-Do Food Festival is back again with a "feel" of Korea to bring you the excitement and diversity of Korean culture.
If you missed out the fun that happened back in July, do check out my throwback post at here.
That Korean Carnival was fun-filled with big crowds, and being entertained throughout the day with K-pop performances, delicious food & beverages, contests, DIY, hanbook experience etc.
It's truly a great Korean carnival to serve a unique window for you to explore the world of Korean culture, food and music!



The Korea Gyeonggi-Do Food Festival will be held at:
Date: 8th -13th November 2017
Time: 10am till 10pm
Venue: Klang Parade
And, what exactly can you expect from this coming Korean festival?



Grab all kinds of Korean food and beverages with attractive deals!



Have your Hanbook experience without traveling all the way to Korea!



Let your kids have some fun throughout the Korean Food Festival by registering your kids at https://goo.gl/forms/WHMJqcl1MydY0SFW2 if they are interested in colouring.
The colouring contest will take place on 12th Nov 2017 at 10am, and the kids can win up to RM200 worth of prizes!
 

Learn how to make Korean Kimchii and Kimbap!



Taste the best Odeng Fish Cake, Kimbap and Tteok-pokki from Shin Sun Mi!



There are many other programs such as spicy noodle challenge, quiz games, kids workshop, performance etc are gonna happen on the 12th November 2017 too.
Do check out the schedule before your visit!

                   

For more information, visit the event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1497180577032904/?ti=cl.
Also, do not forget to share your fun with me too if you attend the Korea Gyeonggi-Do Food Festival too ya!
Annyeonghi Gyeseyo!


1 comment:

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The food looks very tempting. I've always been fond of tasting new cuisines and learning about the different cultures and what they have to offer and I think I'll be adding Taiwan to my list of go-to places.