|Event Date||2019-02-19 ~ 2019-02-19|
|Venue||Namsangol Korean Village|
|Registration period||Until 17:00, Feb 17 (Sun.)|
|Announcement of selected participants||2019-02-18|
|Number of participants||30 foreign nationals|
KOREAN FULL MOON FESTIVAL
On Tuesday, February 19th, Funday Korea Networks has invited over 36 foreign nationals to the
"Jeongwol Daeboreum" (Full Moon Festival) in Namsangol Hanok Village and attended the beautiful
celebration, marking the first full moon this year, according to the Lunar Calendar.
Jeongwon Daeboreoum symbolizes the end of the long winter and the arrival of Spring.
One of the main highlights of this festival was the ritual of burning rice straw and other wastes from
the previous year in a huge bonfire while dancing around it.
This is supposed to drive out the bad spirits and ensure a great harvest for the next year.
Our foreign visitors had a chance to experience this unique cultural phenomenon while
watching performances, such as Bukcheong Korean Lion Dance Drama and the "Moon house" burning.
2월19일 화요일, 펀데이코리아네트웍스가 40여명의 외국인 친구들을
남산골한옥마을에 초대하여 한국의 '정월대보름 행사'를 함께 즐겼습니다.
남산골한옥마을에서 참가자들은 2019년의 첫 보름달 아래서 '북청사자놀이',
"달집태우기' 등 다양한 공연을 즐겼습니다.
Feb 29 (Tue.), 2019
2019년 2월 29일 (화)
Namsangol Hanok Village, Seoul
남산골 한옥마을, 서울
Free / 참가비 무료
[NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS]
40 foreign nationals / 40명의 외국인 참가자
17:00 ~ 18:00 Dinner time (Korean food buffet)
18:00 ~ 18:30 Bukcheong Korean Lion Dance Drama
(A play that drives demons out with lions and prays for the peace of the year)
18:30 ~18:50 Bonfire show
18:50 ~ 19:20 Full moon ritual and Gilnoli
(Sacrifice and parade praying for health and good harvest)
19:00 ~ 19:30 Bonfire at first full moon (a “Moon house” will be made from straw, pine needles and tree branches and then burned in a big bonfire. It is believed to drive out the evil spirits and fulfill wishes
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