If any of you remembered last year, 2017 was a big year for the UK as a number of famous Korean artists took the opportunity to fly to the UK. One of the biggest events of the year included the likes of the London Korean Festival, which was followed by Feel Korea 2017!

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To give a brief summary of the event, Feel Korea took place the Olympia London, located in West London. The event followed the London Korean Festival hosted by the KCCUK (otherwise known as the Korean Cultural Centre UK). Feel Korea provided fans with the opportunity to watch 4 amazing artists all the way from Korea. This included the likes of Highlight, EXID, KNK and Snuper!

However, that wasn’t the only acts that performed. The event was hosted by one of the fellow Korean Englishmen YouTubers, along with the likes of EXID’s Hani. There were a number of special stages from taekwondo performances, to special acts from the K-POP Artists e.g. KNK’s cover of Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud. But of course, the UK had to give something back. This led to a collaboration between Snuper and Team LoKo who performed BTS’ Fire and Not Today. Team LoKo who are well-known for their contribution to the K-POP community in London, assist in hosting K-POP dance workshops for fans on a monthly basis. Together they worked with the Feel Korea team to host a BTS workshop for the fans. Little did the fans know, that the BTS workshop for ‘Not Today’ would be hosted none other by Snuper themselves.

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Leading up to the final event, Snuper held their BTS workshop alongside LoKo, but EXID also made a charitable contribution to the community as they worked with disabled kids to complete a number of fun activities.

But for those who weren’t able to attend the event, now is your chance to see what you’ve missed! DramaFever has provided an exclusive stream of the Feel Korea event in 2017, allowing you the opportunity to reminisce what occurred at last year’s Feel Korea event. You can now check out the full episode of Feel Korea 2017 on DramaFever here! The episode is approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes long.


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