A very urban(e) vacation, 2016 Seoul Culture Night
Guess what these would take. Two nights of camping, barbecue, film screening, flea market and outdoor art fair at Seoul Plaza; themed tours (“Seoul Open House”) to Pungnap Toseong (earthen fortress), former Seoul City Hall, the Naksan course of Seoul Fortress Wall during the night; Korean traditional theater performances including Hahoe folk mask-dance; world music stages incorporating samba, African orchestra, fusion Korean traditional, reggae, Afro-Cuban, bossa nova and Hawaiian. That sounds like a lot of culture and fun to us. All you need are the two days of your weekend and your readiness to soak in all these festivities! What’s more, it doesn’t cost a dime.