Korean Fall Festival

1412 Richland ST

Columbia, SC 29201

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Phone: (803) 765-2500

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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Korean Fall Festival

Savor the sights and sounds of the Far East at the Korean Fall Festival at Korean Community Presbyterian Church, 1412 Richland St. near downtown Columbia.

Korean food, dance and culture will be showcased. Highlights include traditional Korean folk dancing and drumming, martial arts and sword demonstrations, and booths offering kite making and calligraphy where visitors can have their name written in Korean.

The food also is a star of this show. The eat-in or take-home offerings include a wide range of rice, noodle, chicken and meat dishes, including bulgogi, dukbogi and kimchi.

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