Immerse yourself in Korean culture on Seattle’s waterfront this weekend at the WABA Korea Expo & Festival – Come & See. This year is the festival’s third edition and it promises to be even bigger and better than years past. Here’s what to expect from the festival.

On Saturday, August 5th, head to Seattle’s picturesque Pier 62 to celebrate Korean culture with food, entertainment, and shopping. The festival is a combined effort of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce and several community-based organizations. The goal is to showcase the local community which will be done through a show of an array of small and midsized local businesses, cultural performances, and also technology demonstrations.

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Whether you’re shopping for trendy gifts and beauty products, watching a K-Pop dance competition, or noshing on some delicious eats, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Not to mention, the festival’s setting on the waterfront couldn’t be more perfect. Take in the views and immerse yourself in something new.

Best of all, this festival is free to attend and there are no tickets. All you have to do is show up.

WABA Korea Expo & Festival

When: Saturday, August 5th
Where: Pier 62, 1951 Alaskan Wy
Cost: Free/Varies