KOREA LIVE 2018

29 August ~ 02 September 2018
Rouen  France

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Five days of celebration of Korean culture

Korea Live Art Fair KLAF, Exposition, Ateliers, Workshops, Spectacles, Concerts, Music & Dance
and street performances

29 August - 2 September

Following the great success of the festival in 2017 in Honfleur

5th edition of KOREA LIVE in Rouen With the support of Rouen town hall and from the Korean Cultural Center in Paris.


Free to enter

Korean Culture Association

This festival organized by the Korean Culture Association aims to promote and develop artistic exchanges between South Korea and France and give the opportunity to the French public to discover Korean culture through various programs, such as concerts, exhibitions, shows and cultural workshops.In just a few years, this festival has become a recognized cultural event because of its originality and scale. The public will be invited by the artists to participate in their workshops.

Where to see the events

There will be shows in the streets and squares - details on this page - and exhibitions, shows and workshops on two sites

Site 1

Halle aux Toiles 
Place de la Basse Vieille Tour
76o00 Rouen

Halle du rez-de-chaussée 
KLAF Korea Live Art Fair
Salle des Fêtes
Concerts & Spectacles 
Galerie 1er Etage
Ateliers/Workshops

Site 2

Atelier Claude Monet 
Office de Tourisme 
25 place de la Cathédrale
76000 Rouen

Salle du 1er étage
Exposition de Peinture 

South Korea

South Korea is often referred to as such. Yet you are not deceived, nothing is so calm in this country. It is in perpetual motion. You will find an ancestral lifestyle that cohabits serenely with a most unbridled modernism. Who amongst you has never heard of the Samsung Galaxy phones, the car manufacturer Kia and its 7-year manufacturer warranty, LG TVs, BB cream, the famous "Gangnam Style" dance and lately The K-pop? But who knows the Han style? Other aspects of its culture, are Hangeul (Korean alphabet), Hansik (Korean gastronomy), Hansori (traditional music), Hanji (traditional Korean paper), Hanbok (traditional Korean costume) And Hanok (traditional Korean house).