Greek, Korean festivals offer traditional food, activities this weekend

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, two major cultural festivals will be held in Honolulu.

The 35th Annual Greek Festival takes place Saturday and Sunday, noon-9 p.m., at Ala Moana Regional Park’s McCoy Pavilion.

There will be live entertainment, food, and a marketplace.

The event is organized by Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Pacific.

General admission is $3 and proceeds benefit the church and other local charities.

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Meanwhile, the Korean Festival takes place Saturday only, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., at Honolulu Hale civic grounds.

It’s an annual event run by the Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce.

Expect lots of activities, like Korean cooking lessons, a singing competition, and even a kim chi eating contest.

There will also be live entertainment, including traditional and K-pop performances, and both Korean and local food vendors.

Admission is free and open to the general public. Food, products, and some activities are also available with purchase of scrip.

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