Guerilla K-Night 2019—or Korean Culture Day—is set to culminate the yearlong celebration of the 70 years of bilateral relations between the Philippines and Korea on December 7 at 4:30 PM at the Shangri-La Mall. The event has a mix of traditional activities and immersions, alternative concerts and contests, artistic events and exhibitions, unique film festivals, and other original events highlighting Korean pop culture in store.
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Guerilla K-Night 2019 is expected to be a one-night only cultural exchange activity, featuring various contest winners namely Teenage, Mix’in, Yara, together with local independent bands Kremesoda and Any Name’s Okay. The event also has fast-rising, Korean-trained Filipino idol boyband group SB19. Guerilla K-Night 2019 also invited We Are The Night, an independent synth pop band performing for the first time in the Philippines.
The event also houses "Talk Talk Korea 2019," a global contest of Korea-related content that features various aspects of Korea; and various booths featuring Korean products.
Made possible by the collaboration of the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, together with Shangri-La Plaza, “Guerilla K-Night 2019” is happening on December 7 at the Shangri-La Mall. Admission is free! Booths will be open starting 10am!
For more information or inquiries, email,[email protected] or contact 8878-6319. Follow Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter for more updates about KCC’s events and activities.
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Banner image courtesy of SB19