* Date : 2018-08-30
The Seoul Fringe Festival is a celebration of indie arts where people who create, enjoy and appreciate art come together as one. A total of 56 troupes of young and talented artists from a wide spectrum of field including theater, dance, music, performance art, video art and visual art took part at the festival this year. At the festival, the audience are offered with an invaluable opportunity to take part in the performances themselves. Let's take an up-close look at the world of indie art!
A video of sensational Korean K-pop band BTS savoring tteokbokki went viral on YouTube, garnering world-wide attention and interest in one of the popular Korean dishes, tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cakes), along with bibimbap (rice bowl with vegetables) and bulgogi (grilled beef or pork). In this episode, we take a closer look at a variety of tteokbokki dishes ranging from soybean sprout tteokbokki together with deep-fried lettuce wraps originated from Jeolla-do Province to fondue tteokbokki to customized tteokbokki hot pot. How about getting a taste of tteokbokki today?
In collaboration with several environmental and energy related organizations, the 'Han River Carbon Zero Festival' is held at the Ttukseom Hangang Park in the last weeks of summer to raise public awareness on the environmental challenges of today. A host of environmentally conscious people joined the festival to share their ideas and insights on how to reduce waste and protect environment to create a better world for everyone. Let's see how they generate electricity using portable hydro-power generators and make photovoltaic-powered toy cars.