Iran-Korea Friendship Festival will be held in Tehran’s Milad Tower from December 2 to 8.
Korean artists are scheduled to come to Tehran to perform cultural programs during the event, the Embassy of Korea in Tehran announced in a press release on Tuesday.
A South Korean non-verbal comedy show, Nanta, that incorporates traditional Samul nori rhythm will be the inauguration program for the festival. Other performances have also been arranged for December 3.
an Iranian art and entertainment group, the Black Light Land, will also be on stage for a performance on the same two days.
In addition, veteran Korean artist Lee Yong-Joo is scheduled to attend the festival to create works of Honjasu, traditional Korean embroidery.
A collection of 37 pieces of Honjasu will be put on display in an exhibition at the gallery of the tower for one week.
The festival has been organized to celebrate 55 years of diplomatic relations between Iran and South Korea.