Korea MICE and Culture Festival Heats up Singapore this May with Famous Acts

Korea MICE and Culture Festival Heats up Singapore this May with Famous Acts

Find out how you can attend the exclusive invite-only performance by Block B, Drum Cat, K-Tigers and Sorea at the Korea MICE and Culture Festival this May.

Korea Tourism Organization Singapore will host the very first Korea MICE and Culture Festival on May 8, 2015 at the Raffles City Convention Centre, Fairmont Ballroom & Foyer.

The Korea MICE and Culture Festival 2015 will have fun activities as well as exhibitors that provide information on the popular travel destinations in Korea.  On top of that, there will also be exciting performances from K-pop acts such as Block B, K-Tigers, Drum Cat and Sorea. The aim of this event is to promote Korea as an exciting travel destination.

Korea culture information and activities (12pm – 6pm)

Exhibitors will have booths to provide general information for travellers heading to Korea, as well as to promote Korean provinces such as Gyeonggi-do and Jeju-do. In addition, attendees can also look forward to try out the various “experience zones” to learn about the Korean culture and aspects such as traditional Korean cookie-making, soap-making and hand massage. Attendees to this event can also take part in a mystery mission and stand a chance to win attractive prizes including tickets to the invite-only K-performance happening that evening. The Korea Culture Information and Activities happening at the Foyer is an event not to be missed. It is open to the public from 12PM to 6PM.

Grand finale (7.30pm)

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The Korea MICE and Culture Festival 2015 will end on a high note with an exclusive invite-only performance that will happen in the evening. A few K-artists will be performing in Singapore for the very first time that day, and tickets are available through the various ticket giveaways run by KTO Singapore. The performers include

Block B

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Block B is a South Korean boy band that consists of seven members: Zico, Lee Taeil, B-Bomb, Ahn Jaehyo, U-Kwon, Park Kyung, and P.O. Block B is known for their many hit songs, such as “Very Good” and “HER” which have reached number 1 on the Korean pop charts.

Drum Cat


Globally-recognised Korean band Drum Cat is known for their “DrumCat Concert” which whips people into a frenzy of rhythm and fun! Created in 2003, Drum Cat is an all-female percussion group that has moved into their own exclusive theatre just 7 years after their first performance. DrumCat Concert, a world-renowned performance, is sure to continue beating its way into the hearts of audiences for years to come.


K-TIGERS Live Show has gone beyond the original Taekwondo demonstration to a nonverbal performance. It is a form of performing art, combined with a wide variety of contents such as B-Boy, Korean traditional music, K-pop, etc. The performance is not only focused on the formal and monotonous demonstration but it also has the entertainment factor that displays a diverse blend of music, harmonised with Taekwondo basic movement.


is a Korean band that plays modern Korean traditional music. They made their debut by winning the gold award in the Creative Korean Traditional Music competition in 2005 followed by receiving the best new album award from the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Secretary in 2006. The name SOREA comes from “Sound of Korea” and “Symbol of Korea”.

We look forward to seeing you at the Korea MICE & Culture Festival on 8 May!

Source: Korea Tourism Organisation

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