About Korean Night Festival

About Daehan Education Centre & Korean Night Festival

Daehan Education Centre Pte Ltd (thereafter Daehan Korean Language Centre) is the first Korean Language Centre in Singapore; established in 2006 by Native Koreans. It is a qualified private school specially dedicated to Korean Language Education. Daehan Korean Language Centre strives to introduce the Korean language and culture throughout Singapore.

Entering its 5th year, the Korean Night Festival is slated to attract more than 600 visitors this year. This annual cultural event aims to celebrate, promote and raise the awareness of the vibrancy and diversity of the Korean culture. Visitors will get to experience the richness of Korea’s cultural heritage and its modern allure through a range of exhibits including Korean Food, Korean traditional costumes, Games and Taekwondo. K-pop, the forefront of Hallyu will also be featured widely at the event. The festival will culminate with a riveting display of songs and dances performed by talented groups within our community.

Our Theme This Year!

Don’t Run, but Walk!

This year’s Korean Night Festival is turning to the highly popular Korean variety show, Running Man, for inspiration! The show has amassed a huge and loyal following, securing its position as one of the most watched programme not only in Korea but also internationally. We aim to create a memorable time for our guests by intensifying their level of participation in the festival. Our take on “Running Man” will involve introducing a new twist to the iconic features of the show whilst maintaining its authenticity. To sum it up: Unpredictable. Hilarious. Exhilarating!

Coverage of Past Korean Night Festivals

Reviews

Promotions

Media Coverage

Korean Night Festival 3, which was held in Suntec Convention Centre in 2011, was reported by Hannah Press, a Korea-based news publisher. Check out the articles below!

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This article can be found on page 4 of hannah press 2011/6/6

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This article can be found on page 15 of hannah press 2011/6/6

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