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Education is a top priority for so many of this country, which is why establishments like EduCare and KIDSFAIR will be of the highest quality. The two fairs have been attracting around 80,000 visitors each year, with the upcoming 38th edition expected to have more than 280 booths from internationally known brands like Disney, Crayola, Faber Castell, Lego and Little Tikes to major local brands. With IT taking up more of the education sector, the EduTech section will provide special insight into how the two industries are collaborating and producing the future of educational tools (virtual reality in educating children, for example). Children who come along will have plenty to do at the convention, getting a chance to experience outdoor activities/education while also learning to be environmentally friendly at the Kid’s Outdoor section, to take a look at decorative ideas for their own rooms in the DIY Kid’s Living section and to even create their own drones/robots! Access to the convention is free for those who apply online before the 23rd, while a small price of 5,000 won is required on-site. Show your kids how education and having fun can go hand in hand!

By: Chuljunsung


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