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The Mokkoji Korea World Korean Culture Festival was held in Tashkent for the first time on September 24-25 celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and the Republic of Korea.

This year, only Uzbekistan and Malaysia hosted the festival offline whereas all other participating countries followed the festival online.

During the festival, fans had the opportunity to communicate with famous K-pop artists, and Hallyu fans visit exhibitions and events for free, to get to know the lifestyle and culture of the Korean people. In 2020 and 2021, due to the pandemic, Mokkoji Korea was held online, and the countries of Myanmar, Philippines, Kazakhstan, Russia, India, and Indonesia participated in it. "Mokkoji" (mokkoji) translated from the Korean language means "organizing a meeting, a party in cooperation". "Hallyu" is a term that refers to the spread of modern South Korean culture throughout the world.

The highlights of Korean culture will be held during this festival – Hi-Five fan meetings with famous K-pop artists; - Tasting of Korean food; - Mokkoji market; - participation in dance competitions.

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