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Korean Festival

I'll meet the group Richland Street and Bull Street 10:45am to 11am.  Otherwise call me[masked] when you arrive.

Korean food, dance and culture will be showcased. Highlights include traditional Korean folk dancing and drumming, martial arts and sword demonstrations, and booths offering kite making and calligraphy where visitors can have their name written in Korean. The food also is a star of this show. The eat-in or take-home offerings include a wide range of rice, noodle, chicken and meat dishes, including bulgogi, dukbogi and kimchi. 

The Korean Festival is one of the fastest growing festival in the Columbia community. The event attracted 4,000+ festival attendees last year more than doubling compare to 2012. The Korean Festival is a fun family oriented event with special attractions, musical acts and some of the most delicious Korean cuisine Columbia has to offer.
The Korean Festival celebrates the Korean community's rich heritage, culture and traditions. The purpose of the Korean Festival is to share, promote and raise the awareness of the beauty and diversity of Korean culture. The festival showcases a wide range of performances from traditional Korean dances to ever so popular K-pop music. Additionally, all of the proceeds from the festival are donated to local charities!
The Korean festival started in 2005 by the Korean Community Presbyterian Church to help charity organizations. Most importantly, all of the proceeds from the festival are donated to local charities working in and around Columbia, SC. The Korean Festival donated proceeds in the past to Oliver Gospel Mission, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Sistercare, Boys Farm, Clean of Heart and Columbia Family Shelter to name a few.

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  • Michael N.

    Showed up late, after the Soda City Oktoberfest downtown, the library book sale, and my Tai Chi class. Didn't see anyone, but managed to enjoy spicy pork, pancakes, and got a big quart size of Kim Chi for only $6!

    October 25, 2014

  • Carla W.

    Deena is taking her placement test for college today and I am having to go into work to prepare for a legal review on Monday.

    October 25, 2014

  • Sheila

    Going to Charleston. Have fun!!! Back in time for the show.

    October 24, 2014

  • Diana

    I am coming later after Soda City.

    October 24, 2014

  • Michael N.

    I'll be there later as usual for me on Saturdays. Hope they don't sell out of kim chi like last time.

    October 21, 2014

  • Suzanne S.

    We'll be there after the El Clasico, unless Madrid loses, then please bring bulgogi and tequila to us.

    1 · October 20, 2014

  • Ramon & J.

    I will show up later that afternoon. I'll hi five everyone as I see them. Save some food for me!

    1 · October 13, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Yes! Looking forward to this! :)

    1 · September 8, 2014

  • Anthony M.

    I want to try Korean beef

    August 27, 2014

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