Visit DDP Pedestrian Street on May 21, 2017 and immerse yourself with the passion of Africa. The 2017 Seoul Africa Festival, the largest of its kind in Korea, is held for an entire day to disperse the charms of African culture.
46 booths will be operated at five themed zones (Friends Zone, Culture Zone, Market Zone, Community Zone and Knowledge Zone). At the ‘Friends Zone,’ you can try traditional foods and specialties of African countries (Angola, Rwanda, Morocco, Kenya, Tunisia, Sudan, Ghana and South Africa).
At the ‘Culture Zone’ you can view paintings from East Africa and paint your own as well as try on traditional and modern African costumes and get your hair braided. You can also sample high quality African coffee and wine. At the ‘Market Zone,’ handicrafts and African-made fair trade bags are sold, and at the ‘Knowledge Zone,’ visitors can learn more about Africa at photo exhibitions and video screenings.
At the center stage, performances by African artists and fashion featuring African models who are residing in Korea will also be held.
Interpretation services will be provided at the festival in English, Chinese, Japanese, French and African languages.
|< Experiencing the cultures of Africa >||< Exhibition of handicrafts >||< Face Painting >|
|< South African Wine Tasting >||< Introduction to Fair Trade Products> >||< Design Product Sale >|
|< Koule Kan >||< Kum Ba Yah >||< Alamisakan >|