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The Korean Parade has become an annual tradition, offering New Yorkers the opportunity to observe and share the customs of the Korean culture. The Parade is also a celebration of the ethnic diversity in New York City.
The Procession will commence on 42nd Street and Broadway at noon and pass down Broadway to 23rd Street. There will be floats, marching bands, Korean traditional dances and Tae Kwon Do(Korean Martial Arts) exhibitions. The Parade is expected to last about two hours
There is also the Korean Festival, on 32nd Street, between 5th Ave and Broadway, while the Korean Parade(12:00 pm, Sat, Oct. 6th, 2007) is in progress, as well as after the parade. The Festival, which stars from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm , always attracts many New Yorkers while it takes place in the heart of Manhattan .
During the Festival, various exciting and new products are marketed to increase business and an organization's consumer network at the same time. Also, you can enjoy the hot spicy Korean food sold by the various venders, as well as the various types of performing arts of the traditional Korean Culture all day long. Plus, you can also meet famous Korean entertainers, ranging from TV stars to well-known Korean musicians.
Over the years, the Korean Parade has been very successful, with each year averaging about 100,000 viewers and participants. This year, our aim is to do even better. Therefore, we need many participants such as you, in order for this year's Parade to be an even greater success.
If you are interested in participation the Parade, to reach the largely-explored Korean-American community, we believe the Parade is a good opportunity to experience the richness of the Korean culture.
Your participation will be greatly appreciated.
The Korean American Association of Greater New York / Copyrightⓒ 2013
149 West 24th street , 6th Fl. New York , NY10011 Tel. (212)255-6969 Fax. (212)633-1627