Khabarovsk, a city in the Russian Far East, is celebrating Korean Culture Day this Saturday, August 16.
As the press-center of the Khabarovsk mayor's office has told RIA Novosti, the youth symphonic orchestra of the Republic of Korea from the twin city of Buchon and guests from Seoul are coming to the celebration, which has been held in the regional center for ten years now. The Korean delegation includes 70 children aged 9-16.
Young musicians will give a concert of classic and folk music, old and modern Korean songs, the press center reports.
On this day Korean wrestling and mini-football competitions will also be held in the city, in which all city residents will be able to participate.
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