The Busan National Gugak Center announced today that it plans to perform a total of 48 performances of 'Happy Gugak Tree ' every Saturday from February 4th until the end of the year.
For all the hoopla expats hear of the Hanbok, the traditional costume of Korea, young Korean's seem to have no interest in wearing it themselves.
The Busan National Gugak Center is hosting a Korean Shamanistic Ritual performance the next two Saturday afternoons.
High on a hill near the UN Cemetery sits the National Memorial Museum of Forced Mobilization under Japanese Occupation. Yoona Kang sat with its director, Mr. Kim Woo-lim, to discuss about the museum and its significance to Koreans.
Parade and Festival “Wedding Road of Queen Heo” is set to be held at the Daeseongdong Ancient Tombs site in Gimhae and the Hwamyeong Ecological Park on November 5-6.
An ordinance will be promoted to offer an admission fee discount to people wearing hanbok, Korean traditional clothes, when visiting public facilities.
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The Queen’s Banquet will start its second season May 13th in its theater at the Haeundae Grand Hotel.
The 209th Monthly Event of Window to Korean Culture will making flower pancakes, or hwajeon, at Hongbeupsa Temple.
Each Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m., the Busan National Gugak Center presents its regular Korean cultural performances.