Sejong-daero Turns Into a Street of National Flags
The Seoul Metropolitan Government will provide a variety of activities and events designed to attract children’s interest in Taegukgi (National Flag of South Korea) at the 550m-long pedestrian street of Sejong-daero on June 5, 2016. The events include a session for learning how to draw the Taegukgi.
The SMG will also hold programs for families in Gwanghwamun Square until October as shown in the following table:
(All on Sundays)
|June||5th||Cultural Activities for Young People||∘ Hands-on experience events and exhibitions based on themes associated with Taegukgi|
– Taekwondo performances, making Taegukgi-themed umbrellas, etc.
|19th||Gwanghwamun Hope-Sharing Flea Market||∘ One-day flea market|
|Aug.||7th||Summer Water Activities||∘ A downtown waterpark||21st||Gwanghwamun Hope-Sharing Flea Market||∘ One-day flea market|
|Sept.||4th||Merrymaking Traditional/Cultural Activities||∘ Hands-on experience of traditional culture on the occasion of Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving)|
– An event for families
|18th||Gwanghwamun Hope-Sharing Flea Market||∘ One-day flea market|
|Oct.||2nd||Let’s Enjoy Fall Together||∘ An event designed to get to know one another under the pleasant fall weather|
– With the participation of families and undergraduate clubs and open cafes for book lovers
∘ Costume plays and walking events
|16th||Gwanghwamun Hope-Sharing Flea Market||∘ One-day flea market|