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The Yeon Deung Hoe Festival originated in the Silla period more than 1,200 years ago. It has since been passed down through the Goryeo era, the Joseon era, and is still an annual tradition today. This traditional festival is designated as Korea’s National Intangible Cultural Property No. 122. By lighting lanterns at the Yeon Deung Hoe Festival, participants can brighten their own hearts as well as the world.
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熊样桑2 yrs ago
I prefer to the Chinese Lantern Festival rather than Lotus Lantern Festival in South Korea.
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丢你雷姆2 yrs ago
I will go to Korea to see the Lantern Festival in the future.
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墨水儿2 yrs ago
the Lantern Festival is need to parade of the street in South Korea ?
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寂若安年2 yrs ago
when is the Lantern Festival in South Korea's ?
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Azez Sendi2 yrs ago
hi
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Amu Chan2 yrs ago
It's a cool video, but I just found that here's always overexposure of the lanterns, do you have any idea how to avoid it? Cuz I'm kind of facing the same trouble when making my videos now, thank you!
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Noah Kuhn2 yrs ago
Got it, thx! @Hello 360 Travel
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Rafael Souza2 yrs ago
So beautiful, where is it?
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Rosan Harmens2 yrs ago
I can't see any point making the video in VR as your visual language is still very traditional.
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Aqib Ahmed2 yrs ago
nyc
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