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KORUS Festival in Virginia showcases talent, food and fun Special

By Leigh Goessl     Sep 15, 2012 in Lifestyle
Centreville - This weekend the annual KORUS Festival is taking place in Fairfax County, Virginia. The theme this year is "Expressions of Culture!"
This year KORUS marks the 10th annual year of this popular festival. Organized by the Korean American Association of Washington Metropolitan Area (KAAW), this weekend's festival is full of talent, food and fun.
Steve Choi, President of the Korean American Association of Washington Metropolitan area said, "This year's KORUS Festival is a landmark event as it marks the 10th Anniversary of the Festival. The Festival started from a humble beginning, and has grown to a 3 day celebration of not only the Korean-American culture, but other culture and arts from around the globe."
Expressions of Culture! kicked off last night at the events area at Bull Rull Park, and runs all weekend. Friday was "Single's Night", Saturday is "Family Day" and Sunday is "Culture Day". Each day the center stage highlights a variety of performances and contests; there's line dancing, and a celebrity headliner each night at 9 p.m.
On Sat., the early part of the day wasn't too crowded, but by mid-afternoon, the crowds streamed in and there was a much bigger crowd. There was still room to move about and learn about Korean history and culture, enjoy the entertainment, play the games and taste some food. Tonight K-Pop celebrity Norazo will take the stage at 9 p.m.
This sax player took the stage and belted out Michael Jackson s  Human Nature
This sax player took the stage and belted out Michael Jackson's "Human Nature"
The festival will run through 10 p.m. tonight and from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Sunday at Bull Run Park, Centreville, Va.
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