Gwangju City and the Gwangju Tourism Foundation announced on the 19th that they would promote regular performances and contests to spread K-pop fan culture.
Starting with the permanent stage performance at Geumnam-to 4-ga Station on the 16th, dance, vocals, and hip-hop are held every Saturday at Geumnam Butterfly Garden in May, Gwangju Media Art Platform (GMAP) and Gwangju Bridge in June.
The ‘2nd K-POP Fan Art Contest’ Entries will also be accepted from the 2nd to the 20th of next month.
One grand prize winner will be awarded 2 million won through the judging process, and the three first prize winners will be awarded 10 million won each.
Children’s Day Mayor’s Room and City Council’s main hall open
(Gwangju = Yonhap News) Gwangju City will conduct a tour of the government building for families with children on May 5.
On Children’s Day, Gwangju City will commend five exemplary children and two children of merit and open the mayor’s office and the city council’s main hall.
They also have time to write down the policies they want to implement from a child’s point of view under the theme ‘If I were the mayor’.
The tour is limited to 30 people per time slot over three times at 2 pm, 3 pm, and 4 pm, and can be participated through prior registration.