Early Vendor Submission deadline is this Friday, August 15th!!

Early Submission Deadline is This Friday, August 15th!

Food Vendors: $1700.00 until August 15th. On August 16th the price increases to $2000.00.

Non-food Vendors:  $1300.00 until August 15th. On August 16th the price increases to $1700.00.

Deadline to submit vendor applications is September 5th

Link to Vendor page and application here: http://koreanassociation.org/korusfest/participate/vendors/

음식 부스(Food Vendors): 월 15 일까지 $1700.00.  8 월 16에 가격은 $ 2000까지 간다.

일반 부스(Non-Food): 월 15 일까지 $1300.00. 8 월 16에 가격은 $ 1700까지 간다.

응용 프로그램을 제출하는 마감일은 9 월 5 일이다

공급 업체 페이지와 여기에 응용 프로그램에 링크: http://koreanassociation.org/korusfest/participate/vendors/

We are looking for talented artists (music, dance, etc.) to perform this year, September 19-21, 2014.

To audition please email a short video, or link to a video and/or website, of your performance.

Submission Deadline: Saturday, August 10th

 Jimmy Lee: kaawusa@gmail.com

Phone 703-354-3900

Fax 703-354-3901

Korean American Association of Metropolitan Washington

7004-L Little River Turnpike

Annandale, Virginia, 22003

On behalf of the Korean-American Association of the Washington Metropolitan Area (KAAW), and the 200,000 Korean-Americans our organization represents, we would like you to join us for the 12th Annual KORUS Festival on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 19, 20, and 21 at Bull Run Park, Centreville, VA.

The KORUS Festival is the perfect place to promote your business! Join the dozens of other vendors and buy a booth to reach an audience of over 30,000 people throughout the weekend.

Ddeokbokki (쫄볶이)

Happy Chuseok!  / 추석 잘 보내세요! 
Come celebrate with us at KORUS Festival starting today!

Chuseok is one of Korea’s three major holidays and is also referred to as Hangawi (한가위). Han means “big” and gawi means “the ides of August/Autumn” (August 15th according to the lunar calendar is when the full harvest moon appears). Hangawi/Chuseok was the day on which Koreans gave thanks to their ancestors for the year’s harvest, and shared their abundance with family and friends. 

Happy Chuseok!  / 추석 잘 보내세요

Come celebrate with us at KORUS Festival starting today!

Chuseok is one of Korea’s three major holidays and is also referred to as Hangawi (한가위). Han means “big” and gawi means “the ides of August/Autumn” (August 15th according to the lunar calendar is when the full harvest moon appears). Hangawi/Chuseok was the day on which Koreans gave thanks to their ancestors for the year’s harvest, and shared their abundance with family and friends.