The City of Irvine hosted their inaugural Korean Cultural Festival for its seventh year running this past Saturday. Taking place at the Irvine Civic Center, this free and all-ages event showcased Korean culture with food, drinks, music, live entertainment, arts & crafts, and more. The organizers made good use of the full civic center campus, from the parking lot to the courtyard to the interior of the building and the huge grass field in front of the civic center. The parking lot held the food vendors and the stage for music and entertainment. The courtyard held more vendors and other demos. The building held the arts & crafts demos and the theater room for contemporary music. The grass field held the outdoor games and martial arts demos. With so much to do, visitors had lots of chances to see every corner of this event, and spend quite a bit of time here. For an event that caters well to children, visitors of all ages and backgrounds would surely enjoy this event when it returns annually in May.