Photos from Focus on Korea festival
Attendees of Thursday night’s Focus on Korea festivalÂ got toÂ sample South Korean culture thanks to the 20 South Korean students calling Jamestown College home.
Some students led presentations on South Korean art, fashion, games, and popular culture, while others helped guests learn to write their names using Hangul, the Korean alphabet. They also served delicious Jumuk-Bap (rice balls) and Ho dduk (fried sweet dough). We thank them for helping us to Look Beyond.
Jiny, Alice, and Sunny model variations of the Hanbok, the traditional garment of South Korea.
Sophia explains the Hangul alphabet.
Students practice writing their names in Korean.
Johnny and Key talk about the games of their culture.
The South Korean students provided a display of images depicting the art and fashion of their culture.
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