The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines is excited to be a part of this year's Passionfest, collaborating with Bonifacio Global City (BGC) to present the "GLOCAL: Color & Culture Festival" on Nov. 25-26 at Bonifacio High Street.
Korean dynamic percussion performance group TAGO (Photo from TAGO's Facebook page)
At festival, KCC will present TAGO, a dynamic percussion performance group established in 2015, dedicated to promoting the excellence of Korean music.
Under the slogan "Beat the world to light," TAGO will add its unique rhythm to the parade along 5th Avenue on Nov. 25 and will deliver a mesmerizing performance on Nov. 26.
As part of the festival's immersive experience, the KCC invites all attendees to a free two-day interactive booth.
Visitors can discover the traditional art of nail dyeing using flowers, known as "Bongseonhwa." They can delve into the cultural significance of the red flower, historically planted to ward off evil spirits.
The booth will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., allowing visitors to engage in this vibrant aspect of Korean tradition.
“We extend a warm invitation to everyone to join us in celebrating global culture at the ‘GLOCAL: Color & Culture Festival.’ Immerse yourself in the rhythmic beats of TAGO, indulge in the beauty of traditional art at our booth, and embrace the fusion of cultures on Nov. 25-26 at Bonifacio High Street,” KCC said.