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Santa arrives, then it's time for some Gangham style dancing
A taste of Asia and a taste of Gangham style dancing comes to Adelaide on 8th November with the return of the tenth annual Korean Culture and Food Festival.
Rundle Park, on the corner of East and North Terrace, will come alive from 10am to 4pm in a flurry of traditional dance performances, live music, taekwondo and hapkido exhibitions and kimchi making demonstrations.
Taekwondo demonstrations for kids
There will be numerous marquees offering Korean food and drinks, as well as a representative from the Korean tourism bureau handing out information about the country. The festival is designed to unite the growing Korean community in South Australia as well as sharing the rich history, culture and food with other South Australian communities.
The family friendly festival has plenty of free fun activities for children and cultural performances. With the free entry, and the event starting as the Christmas Pageant is concluding, a strong crowd is expected to make there way down to Rundle Park to join in the festivities.