South Korea is a country rich with heritage and culture. Over the years, their population has become multicultural and the country has become a hotspot for companies and businesses, bringing in people from all over the world.
But this hasn't stopped them from being in touch with their culture and they have ensured that they still celebrate their culture with pride. The people have mostly moved to the cities, making the villages less populated and the olden ways have to an extent eroded. But all of the South Korean festivals are still celebrated in the cities and enjoyed by everyone in the country.
Moreover, the festivals of South Korea have made it a tourist hotspot, inviting people from all over the world to witness these marvellous spectacles of celebration. The festival calendar for South Korean this year is packed, starting from early May till November. What is unique about South Korean festivals is the fact that they are willing to celebrate both ethnic festivals like the Andong Mask Dance Festival and modern age festivals like the World Latte Art Championships, with equal vigour.
They kick start the festival season with the Green Film Festival in Seoul where movies and the art of movie making is critically appreciated. The festival season is a celebration in South Korea and it will remain that way for years to come!