If your latest K-drama binge has you fascinated by Korea, head to Darling Harbour and immerse yourself in a range of family-friendly experiences celebrating Korean culture this weekend. Tumbalong Park will host a giant street festival with delicious food, K-pop performances and traditional dances on the agenda. Set to be Australia’s largest Korean festival, Sydneysiders will get an opportunity to learn more about Korean culture beyond just cuisine at the two-day festival.
Korean Festival, Darling Harbour
With a blend of alfresco dining, live entertainment and uniquely tailored cultural experiences, you’ll be spoilt for choice as you make your way through the Entertainment Precinct. Also on offer are Korean dress-up and art workshops and shopping. In terms of entertainment, top K-Pop stars will take to the stage to give guests a dose of traditional Korean dance and music. Plus fill your bags with exceptional Korean products from fashion and beauty to technology and gadgets.
If you’re a fan of Korean food, there’ll be a number of flavourful food options on-site but if you want to take it up a notch, head to Goobne and try their Korean crispy oven-roasted chicken and Sharknado cocktail that comes with a toy shark dipped in fake blood. 789 KBBQ around the corner is also a great spot if you’re looking for grilled meats and more.
The Sydney Korean Festival takes place this weekend on April 29 and 30, 10am onwards and entry is free. Head here for more info.