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Paradise Park Wonderful Korea

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Period:28 Aug 2014 - 07 Sep 2014

Address:61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

Tel:+662-787-1000

Service hours: 11:00-20:00

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Paradise Park will turn its Royal Park Plaza into a centre of wonderful things about Korea where cultural performances, foods and entertainment will be presented for 11 days, starting on Thursday.

The "Paradise Park Wonderful Korea" fair will import the amazing "Tamu Show", which comprises six sets of dance, music and percussion by 16 performers. This is a chance to listen to the famous Korean folk song, Arirang. The show will be staged twice a day on Aug 28-31, at 2pm and 6pm.

Enjoy the "Cookin' Nanta Show", which mixes mime and cooking ware as musical instruments, with a chef as the key character, on Sept 1-4 at 2pm.

For food lovers, award-winning chef Lee Sang Hak, who cooked for honourable guests of the Korean president in 2007, is set to give a cooking show Aug 28-31 at 1pm. He will be cooking two special menus — haemul pajeon, a traditional pancake mixed with chopped scallions and assorted seafood, and cheyukboguem, stir fried pork with gochujung spicy sauce.

The "Korean Food Festival" is another highlight, as it features a variety of traditional dishes including kimchi, Korean-style ground squid and Gi Pang Yi ice cream, as well as many other food products.

Entertaining activities include a concert by G-Twenty girl group, a cooking show by two young movie stars, a K-pop cover dance and the sale of Korean fashion items.

The fair runs daily until on Sept 7 from 11am to 8pm. There is no admission fee. Call 02-787-1000.

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Paradise Park will turn its Royal Park Plaza into a centre of wonderful things about Korea where cultural performances, foods and entertainment will be presented for 11 days, starting on Thursday.

The "Paradise Park Wonderful Korea" fair will import the amazing "Tamu Show", which comprises six sets of dance, music and percussion by 16 performers. This is a chance to listen to the famous Korean folk song, Arirang. The show will be staged twice a day on Aug 28-31, at 2pm and 6pm.

Enjoy the "Cookin' Nanta Show", which mixes mime and cooking ware as musical instruments, with a chef as the key character, on Sept 1-4 at 2pm.

For food lovers, award-winning chef Lee Sang Hak, who cooked for honourable guests of the Korean president in 2007, is set to give a cooking show Aug 28-31 at 1pm. He will be cooking two special menus — haemul pajeon, a traditional pancake mixed with chopped scallions and assorted seafood, and cheyukboguem, stir fried pork with gochujung spicy sauce.

The "Korean Food Festival" is another highlight, as it features a variety of traditional dishes including kimchi, Korean-style ground squid and Gi Pang Yi ice cream, as well as many other food products.

Entertaining activities include a concert by G-Twenty girl group, a cooking show by two young movie stars, a K-pop cover dance and the sale of Korean fashion items.


The fair runs daily until on Sept 7 from 11am to 8pm. There is no admission fee. Paradise Park shopping centre is on Srinakarin Road. Call 02-787-1000.

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61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

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