2015 Korea Day Festival
Round up your favorite folks for the ultimate family-friendly Korean-style festival, now in its seventh year. Enjoy live performances, gallery tours, art-making activities, food tastings and other experiences dedicated to Korean culture.
For the festival’s feature performance, classically trained duo KABAM, who interpret Korean folk music through a contemporary lens, will be teaming up with a visual artist and electronic musician for a unique multi-sensory experience. You can also view art by contemporary Korean artists in “First Look” while enjoying guided tours of the Korean art galleries.
2015 Korea Day
Sunday, September 20, 2015 | 11 am to 4 pm
Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco
- 11-4: Bojagi (wrapping cloth) Demo & Art Making Activities
- 11 AM: “Juna’s Jar” Reading & Book Talk
- 11:30 AM-12:30 PM: Traditional Clothing Talk & Demo
- 2-3 PM: KABAM Performance
- 2-4 PM: K-Pop Lounge
- 3-4 PM: Hansik (food) Demo & Tasting
- All Day: Museum Tours for All Ages
Korean food–we’re all about it. Let’s go way beyond bibimbap at our FREE Korea Day on Sept 20, Sun-young Chang will prepare an array of Hansik (traditional, cold Korean dishes) for you to taste. Hansik is often served during Chuseok, a Korean harvest festival.