Korea Day 2014, organized by Korean Society in Malaysia, will be held from 24th to 26th July at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC, Megamall 3F) from 10am to 8pm.

Riding on the popularity of the Korean Wave, Korea Day 2014 will be bigger scale compared to the previous year. 70 thousand people visited the event last year, and expecting 100 thousand people to visit at this time.

Korean companies will get opportunity to introduce their products in Malaysia and give local companies a platform for business networking, cultural exchange and building friendship. The exhibition will feature companies from various sectors, such as agricultural products, Korean Halal foods, cosmetics, wedding package, and industrial products.

A Korean fusion music band called ‘Hwang-Jin-Yi Band’ will perform the Korean traditional instruments; Gayagum, Haegum, Daegum on 24th and 25th July. It is enough to fascinate people regardless of gender and age. And, there will be cooking class to show how to make Korean foods including Kimchi, Korean Pancake, Bibimbap and Bulgogi.

Furthermore, Korean and Malaysian teenagers who love to sing and dance with K-POP will take part in ‘Teenager Music Festival’, which will be held on 26th, July from 2pm till 5pm, to show their talent off.

Above this, Korean traditional plays, performances and lucky draws, which give visitors a chance to win fabulous prizes, would make the people feel good. Those who want to know and experience Korean culture, tourism, food, education, and performance can visit Korea Day 2014 for free.

■ For more information, visit http://www.facebook.com/2014koreadayinmalaysia or e-mail the Korean Society in Malaysia at ksmkl@hanmail.net


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