Dubai Has Its Own K-Market Where You Can Experience The Best Of Korean Culture

by Ishita Agarwal
Dubai Has Its Own K-Market Where You Can Experience The Best Of Korean Culture

K-Market near Festival Plaza, Jebel Ali, Dubai is a pleasure for anybody searching for a taste of everything Korean. Enjoy a captivating blend of entertainment and historical sights and sounds. In addition, various food stands with mouthwatering Korean street cuisine, including Tteokbokki (hot rice cakes), Kimchi, Korean corndogs, Kimpab, bubble tea, and more, are open for visitors to discover. So bring a little bit of South Korea home with you and indulge in your favourite Korean foods. 

Explore Korean Culture in The K-Market 

South Korea is known across the world for its skincare regimen and cosmetics. So stock up on them since the market has a wide selection of genuine, high-quality Korean goods available at affordable pricing.

Participate in workshops on August 20 and 21 to learn about South Korean customs and traditions while producing gorgeous accessories and learning traditional candle-making skills. Finally, K-Pop fans may see excellent performances by regional dance groups like Zen1th and DXBfelicity throughout the following weekends in Dubai. 

Along with Food Korea and Dul Set Cafe, which all sell Korean foodstuffs. Popular local grocery 1004 Gourmet also has a booth in Dubai. 



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Other Informational Details About The Market in Dubai

Every Saturday, the market is open from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m in Dubai. Time: Weekend dances run from 12 to 6 p.m., from 11 to 9 a.m. (every 2 hours). 

You can find the biggest Ikea in the area at Festival Plaza, which has been open since December 2019 and is 64,800 square metres in size. The mall has more than 120 shops in addition to a food court with 500 seats, 40 additional eating options, and a Stay and Play children’s soft play area. 

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