Lotus Lantern Festival After Party with Beat Box World Champion Concert & EDM Party !!
Date: Nov 29th Tuesday 7pm ~10pm
Venue: Cocoon club at hongdae.
– Concert: The Best Line up in Korea for Beat box Concert! OUTSIDER, Primate, Sapo, Curious!
– Suprise games! and win total 1mil won prize !!
Free drink & snack provided.
**You got to register to get the ticekt. https://goo.gl/WjerLA
** This is non alc, non-smorking party.
로터스랜턴페스티벌 에프터 파티!
일시: 11월 29일 화요일 7시~10시 오후.
장소: 홍대 코쿤 클럽
세계 비트박스 챔피언 베스트 라인업 프리마테-사포-큐리어스!
깜짝게임- 1백만원 이상의 상품 증정!
접수 : https://goo.gl/WjerLA
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What is lotus latern festival after party?
Lotus Lantern Festival is helding May of each year, the biggest & olddest festival in Korea.
This is a special after party to celebrate the festvial and trying out the new leased musics for the festival next year will be shown to the publc for the first time.
The Lotus Lantern Festival, also known as Yeondeunghoe or the “Feast of Lanterns,” is one of the most celebrated Buddhist ceremonies held in Korea. On the eighth day of the fourth lunar month (late April or early May of the Roman calendar), hundreds of thousands of candlelit paper lanterns are raised throughout the country to commemorate the Buddha’s birthday. In addition to the popular eight-sided lantern painted with Buddhist symbols of longevity and good fortune, lanterns are also constructed in various shapes and sizes based on themes of birth—including turtles, watermelon, fish, and ducks. These decorative lanterns are suspended in the front of every household, one lantern for each family member, with their names and prayers written on narrow sheets of white paper that sway gently from the base of the lanterns.
The tradition of celebrating the Buddha’s birthday in conjunction with the lantern festival dates to the Goryeo dynasty (918-1392). This ceremony, which became a Korean national holiday in 1975, honors the great teachings of a young Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama, who lived nearly 2,500 years ago and gave up his royal life in search of a way to end suffering in the world. After years of searching, the prince found enlightenment, or perfect understanding, and became the Buddha, which means the “Enlightened One.”