Women’s sexuality is not an easy topic to come across in Korea. The male dominated society represses the topic and even conceals it. Although times have changed, women still find it uncomfortable to confront their sexuality openly and discuss it with their loved ones. Yet with festival like this one, the country is progressing towards accepting new values by aiming to not only challenging the taboo but celebrate women’s sexuality. From 12pm to 6pm, booths will be set up selling a wide array of goods dedicated to the vagina. Brooch making, menstrual pad making and coloring workshops will take place from 1pm to 6pm. Finally, a talk by sex columnist Eun Ha-seun and concerts will open from 7pm to 9pm. For all events other than the booths, you must have registered online with a small fee ranging from 2,000 won to 5,000 won.