The 26th Annual Shoreline Arts Festival will take place at the Horizon Room at Shoreline Center. Kids will have an opportunity to make Korean totem poles (JangSeung), write their names in Korean (HanGul), identify and color the Korean flag, dress up in traditional Korean clothing (HanBok), play traditional musical instruments (AkGi), learn paper folding (Jeongi Julpki), and much more. While kids are engaged, parents can relax, read about Korean history and culture, partake in tasty treats and drinks which are served on traditional holidays, or also participate in the hands-on activities.

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