The Seoul Innovation Park (SIP) live-streamed “48 Hours for Change: My Park Television,” its largest innovation festival, on Nov. 12-13, 2020. The festival was planned to be a non-contact, non-face-to-face event, given the COVID-19 circumstances.
For two days, 21 pre-recorded videos and live programs were broadcast, including “Dialogue of Artists,” where well-known artists talked about our society that is going through the COVID-19 crisis; “Community Workshop,” which shared the stories of the makers of SIP who are concerned about the society and life; “Millennial Talk,” which discussed the story of the future world depicted by the millennial generation; “A Village that Thinks about the Earth,” which offered a glance into the major transformation models of SIP; and more.
Additionally, there were colorful cultural performances and programs, including “Inno-Store,” which introduced various products and services of the makers stationed in SIP; a performance by “Band Sinsum” in the Piano Forest of SIP; a top-notch sign language performance with the activity group “Hand Speak”; a performance by the theater company “Flying off the Cliff”; making vegan kimchi with “Vegan Dalnyang”; and more.
– Website of My Park Television: 48.innovationpark.live