Korean Tea Festival

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Korean Tea Festival

by gasninja » Apr 4th, '12, 11:33

Any one going to the Korean Tea Festival @ Penn State this Week? It is going on today through Saturday.

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Re: Korean Tea Festival

by Tead Off » Apr 4th, '12, 13:42

gasninja wrote:Any one going to the Korean Tea Festival @ Penn State this Week? It is going on today through Saturday.

Please let us know how it goes. Some of my friends are presenting the program.

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by Chip » Apr 4th, '12, 13:45

Wow, the "happy valley" is really happy this week! State College is a wee bit too far to go this week. Wish I had known a while ago. :(

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Re: Korean Tea Festival

by chado.my.teaway » Apr 5th, '12, 04:20

Maybe it is good for beginners or tourists who want a quick and easy contact with the culture of Korea. Big productions are very standard commercial space. If we do not want drink tea, we can choose other atractions. Of course, we should appreciate the preparation - a very good infrastructure, a rich program, it is very well organized event. Generous sponsors, large expenditures, funding of culture and tourism ministry are visible.

But fresh Woojeon or Uchon its not bad;p

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