Korean violin artist JMI KO, singers Seok Hun and Hansara, and K-pop dance troupe will perform in Hoi An from April 9 to 11 during the Korean Cultural Day event, an annual cultural exchange between the Republic of Korea and Quang Nam province.
|A corner of Hoi An ancient city. (Photo: VNA)|
The event will be held at the An Hoi Sculpture Garden, featuring an array of cultural performances, cuisine, and traditional arts of the RoK and Hoi An City.
Visitors will have the chance to experience Korean culture and cuisine at 15:00-18:00 on April 10 and 11. Meanwhile, the Hoi An cultural space is open for visitors at 15:00-18:00 on April 9-11.
The UNESCO-recognised world heritage Hoi An ancient town and the International Mask Arts & Culture Organisation and Andong City of the RoK inked an agreement in promoting cultural exchanges, exhibitions and friendship visits from 2017.
It aimed to boost diplomatic ties between the RoK and Vietnam in general, and the central province of Quang Nam in particular.
Different Korean art troupes including the art troupe of Hahoe Folk village, a UNESCO-recognised world heritage site in Gyeongsangbuk; the World Music Assemble One, RAAK, Sachoom, Bibap Bang A Tha Ryeong had visited Hoi An for annual joint performance.
The RoK is one of the top five sources of foreign visitors to Quang Nam.
The South Korean Cultural Centre and the Lao Cai Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism will hold Korean Culture Day in Sa Pa Town on Saturday.
Korean dance troupe, Byeongin Lee Seungju, and bands J-Morning, M.M Crew and singer Jingju will perform at the Korea Cultural Day event – an annual culture exchange event between Korea and Quang Nam – in the ancient city on November 16-17.