Scenes from the Korean heritage festival in Arcadia

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At top, April Lee, 2, of Los Angeles plays a Korean disc-flipping game during the Korean Culture Festival at the Los Angeles County Arboretum on Saturday.

The Bethel Korean School choir from Irvine
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Choir kids playing around in their traditional dresses
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More kidlets in traditional Korean dress

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Playtime at the Arboretum
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Bethel Korean School choir
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Dancers from Dreamland Children’s School of Koreatown
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Ganggangsullae, a traditional harvest dance
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(Photos by Sarah Reingewirtz / Staff)

One thought on “Scenes from the Korean heritage festival in Arcadia

  1. Beautiful dresses and colors. Too bad I could not be there to see it in person.
    Family, kids and education appear to be most important to the Korean culture!
    Kudos to them.

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