Korea celebrates national day


Korea celebrates national day

A media program will be screened against Bangkok City Hall. (Photo courtesy of Korea Cultural Center)

To celebrate South Korea National Foundation Day, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea is hosting a ceremony at Bangkok City Hall on Sunday evening, which will be broadcast live on the Korean Cultural Center’s Facebook page.

The event will begin with a distribution of Korean food to the underprivileged by Ambassador Lee Wook-heon, national taekwondo coach Choi Young-seok, national para-taekwondo coach Shin Young-kyun and Tokyo Paralympic medalist. Kwansuda Puangkijja at 6.30 p.m.

The main event will feature Korean and Thai cultural performances. Expect to see Krida Phiniharn, a traditional Thai dance for blessing presented by the Bunditpatanasilpa Institute, and Samulnori, a performance of traditional Korean percussion music performed on four instruments by students of the Korean International School.

Next, the Taekwondo Association of Thailand will present a demonstration led by the Thai National Taekwondo Poomsae Team.

Another highlight will be a media spectacle that will be projected against the facade of Bangkok City Hall. The illuminated display will feature a tiger and a bear, both of which are the national animals of Korea, as well as an elephant, the national animal of Thailand.

The show will describe how Thailand and South Korea battled and overcame Covid-19 together, expressing the good cooperation and friendship between the two countries.

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