The Hanseong Baekje Cultural Festival is held at Peace Square of Olympic Park in Seoul. The festival is a leading traditional cultural festival of Seoul, highlighting the 493 years of history and culture of Hanseong Baekje.
Hanseong Baekje refers to the era between 18 BCE and 275 CE of Baekje - one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, together with Goguryeo and Silla-- before it moved its capital to Ungjin (now Gongju) in 475. The festival features various folk performances, musical, family concert, food festival, and photo contest.
Baekje Village, History and Culture Street Parade, Tour of Mongchontoseong Fortress, contest for rolling a hoop, traditional games and cultural experience programs, Hanseong Baekje Scholar Contest (OX Quiz)
Opening and Closing Ceremony, Fireworks, Baekje ancient tomb ceremony, Honbul torching event, Hanseong Baekje Youth Music Club, Songpa Sandae Nori (mask dance), Fringe Festival, International Folk celebration performance
Autonomous Hall Hanmaeum Yeowool Madang, Danuri Hanmaum Family Festival
*Program details are subject to change and vary each year. Find more information at the official webpage.
Admission/Participation Fees: Free
Age Limit: Open to visitors of all ages
Mongchontoseong Station (Seoul Subway Line 8), Exit 1.
Songpa-gu Office(Olympic-ro 326, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea 138-702
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