The Hanoitimes - Come to the concert “Vietnam – South Korea Friendship” to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam – South Korea’s diplomatic relations.
Within the concert program, the audience will have the chance to enjoy new age music as well as K-pop music with energetic choreography. Participants of the concert are the Vietnamese and South Korean artists, who will be performing in a program carefully crafted by the equip that organized Bangtan Boys’ world tour.
Hanoians enjoy master Concert “Vietnam – South Korea Friendship”.
New age music lovers will get to see the special performance by the talented pianist-composer Yiruma, well-known for “River Flows In You”, “Kiss The Rain”, “May Be” and the soundtracks of the famous Korean drama “Winter Sonata”.
This is also a chance for K-pop fans to see the fierce performance by Ailee, who is considered “Korean Beyonce”. Possesses a powerful and inspiring voice, many of her songs have become hits, including “I will go to you like the first snow” in the Koream drama “Goblin”.
From Vietnam, the public will see many famous artists with hits like “Phia sau 1 co gai” by Soobin Hoang Son, “Em gai mua” by Huong Tram, “Trai tim em cung biet dau” by Bao Anh, “Co em cho” by Min. Apart from the performance by the artists, the audience will get to join many exciting activities taking place on the same day of the concert.
In addition, during 23 days of the Ho Chi Minh City - Gyeongju World Cultural Festival 2017, thousands of city inhabitants, international tourists and the Korean community converged at some of the city’s famous sightseeing spots to partake in a variety of cultural exchange activities between Vietnam and South Korea.
A fashion show featuring hundreds of traditional costumes of Vietnam and South Korea took place on Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in the downtown area on Saturday night. The show was especially vivid with the colors of unique Vietnamese and Korean cultural traits as the Vietnamese models came on stage in ao dai (Vietnamese long dress) by well-known local designers such as Sy Hoang, Thuan Viet, and Dinh Van Tho while leading Korean fashion designer Lee Young-Hee also brought a surprise for Vietnamese spectators with a collection of Korean traditional costumes Hanbok.
Meanwhile, huge numbers of tourists showed up at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum to contemplate 100 artworks by Vietnamese and Korean artists during the Vietnam - South Korea Fine Arts Exchange Exhibition, which is on from now until December 3.