KARA Invites Foreign Students to Serve Korean Food
By Staff Writer | September 04, 2012 04:02 PM EDT
KARA invited the foreign students to the small restaurant at Banpo-dong on Monday, and served them Korean food that they made themselves.
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A total of eleven fans from all over the world such as America, Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan joined the dinner event.
KARA made 'Fusion Korean Food' to spread the good of the k-food, and the taste of the tradition. KARA members not only took part in cooking but serving as well as providing detailed explanation of the dishes to the participants.
KARA member stated, "Even though it was short, we were glad for the opportunity to promote K-food. Please give more love to KARA and K-Food."
The department of farming endorsed KARA as 'K-Food Promoters' and opened up the daily restaurant to invite the global fans, teen volunteers, and foreign students. KARA will start the campaign through releasing a global campaign song and photo shoot starting at the end of September to places such as Japan, China and Southeast Asia.
KARA is having a currently focusing on activity with their fifth mini album Pandora.
Photo Credit: DSP Media
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