Wednesday, 11 August 2010

The First Korean Folk Village to Nestle in Sedona

The construction of the first Korean folk village in the United States, which is intended to mark the centennial of Korean immigration to the U.S., is geared toward its completion, according to Korean-American organizers on Sept. 19.

A ceremony of dedicating two Korean folk statues, called "dolhareubang," to the Korean folk village took place on Sept. 19 (Tuesday) at the village compound in Sedona, Arizona. The U.S. city is very popular among tourists from the U.S. and other countries.

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