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AUSTRALIA KOREA CULTURE AND ARTS INCORPORATED

Sydney Korean Festival 2022

When

Every day, 11am to 9pm Saturday 8 October to Sunday 9 October

Darling Harbour, Tumbalong Park, 8-9 October 2022 11am to 9pm

You're invited to celebrate and sample Korean Food, Art and Culture over two absorbing and intriguing days at Sydney's Premier Entertainment Precinct in Darling Harbour. More than 45 Food Stalls and Premium Goods stalls, combine with continuous Entertainment covering Modern Dance & Music (K-Pop Demonstrations and Competitions), Drama (Korean Drama Awards and Korean Wave), Squid Game Zone, Traditional Dance, Drums, Orchestra, spectacular TaeKownDo demonstrations, Kimchi Events, and K-Talent competitions.

Come and sample the delicious and amazing Taste of Korea and other ethnic food, dine on tables and chairs under bright umbrellas, or pull up a chair and watch the unlimited entertainment. There's is something for everyone and every community in this harmonious atmosphere, in a picnic environment on the lawns of Tumbalong Park.

Get involved

The organisers, The Australia Korea Culture & Arts Incorporation, invite ethnic groups, corporates and sponsors to leverage the assets of this outstanding cultural event, typically attended by more than 100,000 visitors. Contact General Manager Sue Ho on Mobile: 0452 166 939 or Email: imea1029@gmail.com

Covid-safe information

We implement all relevant Covid Safety procedures during the Festival.

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