Update : 2017.11.08  Wed  No : 490
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HUFS Holds 27th World Folk Culture Festival

HUFS held a World Folk Culture Festival (WFCF) at the outdoor theater, Global Campus on Sept. 27.
This year, 13 departments showcased folk dances and songs from around the world. HUFSans showed their class majors’ culture in WFCF, a nonprofit and public festival in which students are the subject of the performance. 
The host of the festival Kim Ji-woo (Dept. of Arabic Interpretation and Translation) said “I participated in WFCF as a member of the Arabic dance team last year. I learned how meaningful this festival is, so it is an honor for me to introduce the performers in WFCF.”
 


2017.11.08  No : 490 By Han Byeong-ji bj_1222@hufs.ac.kr
 
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