The suburb of Eastwood is rich in cultural diversity, but it is best known as "Little Korea".The 2017 Korean Day Festival promises to bring the best in Korean culture, dance, song and entertainment. Organisers say it is a day to celebrate Eastwood's rich culturally diverse heritage, especially of Chinese and Korean origins.
You will experience vibrant modern and traditional Korean activities, music and dancing, and this is the best opportunity to try all the amazing mouth-watering Korean food! The food stalls will start from 10am until sold out.
Be warned, the popular Korean seafood pancakes will sell out fast. I was here last year and the special red mung-bean pancakes were sold out by 1pm!
There are plenty of kimchi for sale, as well as Korean-style sushi.
This festival is all about celebrating and sharing all the wonderful things about Korean culture. The festival once again will be held at the Eastwood Park, next to the Eastwood Train Station. The event attracted over 8000 people including families, youth and seniors last year.