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|Subject||Family outing in May to Gangdong-gu..."Wind Flower Film Festival" starts again|
Gangdong-gu, Seoul, has organized a variety of events for the whole family to enjoy together throughout May to mark the 100th anniversary of Children's Day.
According to Gangdong-gu on the 3rd, a grand feast for children and families will be held at the Gangdong Art Center on Children's Day on May 5.
Artist Kim Tae-joong, an icon of modern art, will use the floor of the art center's Jeju stone as a canvas to draw wonderful works and provide time to participate in the works with the artist.
The large balloon art of Oh Won-young, which is displayed throughout the Dong-A Center, is also drawing attention. Giant turtles, sheep, children in tiger masks, and crocodile sculptures provide interesting attractions and guide them to the world of innocence.
The clown's traditional performance "Nom Nom Nom" will also be held against the backdrop of blue grass. Create an exciting time with visitors with pungmul, mask dance, and lion dance.
At the Gangdong Art Center Grand Theater Han River, the Thursday art stage "Ditto in Wonderland read by Dad" will meet the audience.
Under the concert of piano duo Berioza and Ditto Orchestra, a beautiful music story unfolds with the storytelling of musical actor Yang Joon-mo.
The Gangdong Wind Flower Film Festival, which marks its third anniversary this year, will also resume with the end of distancing. At 7 p.m. on the 7th, the 3D animation film "Rapunzel" will be screened at the grass yard of Gangdong Art Center.
There are also various side events that will captivate the family from 2 p.m. before the movie is screened. There will also be "braid hair," "tattoo stickers," and "balloon art" enjoyed in the wind flower yard.
It will also hold a planned exhibition to examine traditional folktales and future art that are full of Korean charm.
Minhwa, Drawing Dreams, where you can appreciate Korean colors and bold and playful folk paintings, and NFT art exhibitions, which are emerging in the global contemporary art market, will be held throughout May.