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"3rd Seoul World DJ Festival" Comes to Korea
Globally Known DJs Will Gather in Seoul on May 9-10
By Benedict Pather
Staff Reporter
Partygoers at "2nd Seoul World DJ Festival" on Han River in Seoul

One of the biggest electronic music festivals in Asia will take place at Nanji-Jigu campground on the Han River in Seoul May 9-10, 2009 as once again dance mania comes to Seoul.

The highly anticipated "3rd Seoul World DJ Festival" is often referred to as the biggest musical event on Seoul's party calendar with this year's theme being "to dance the night away."

Aside from the speaker pounding sounds; the fiesta like atmosphere, exhibitions and live performances will surely make this a memorable event.

Last year saw around 90,000 partygoers in attendance and organizers expect an even larger turn out this time round. At this year's weekend long event expect to see a number of stages playing various forms of dance music ranging from house to dance, techno to drum and bass as well as a rock set that guarantees to have you roaring in appreciation.

Synergy of lights at "2nd Seoul World DJ Festival" on Han River

A world class lights display should also make you pause and marvel the spectacle and effort put into making this event even better than last time.

This year's star performers will be international disk jockeys — Towa Tei and Daishi from Japan, the UK's Deepgroove and Ricky Stone as well as Australia's Scott Pullen — all maestro's in the industry and popular the world over.

The Seoul World DJ Festival has always aimed to develop upcoming talent of a string of new local artists including House Rulez, Beejay and Oriental Funk Stew, all capable of putting on a superb performance.

The multi cultural environment attracts both local and foreign support and with the collection of stages anyone interested in music should find the festival highly entertaining.

The organizers plan to set up relaxation spots and chill out zones as the party plans to carry on until sunrise. For more information about ticket prices, schedules and directions to this once year must see event visit the official website at: http://www.myspace.com/worlddjfestival



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Mr. Benedict Pather is a South African Journalist and reporter for the Seoul Times. He mostly writes about events relating to Seoul's foreign communities. His hobbies include listening to music and travelling.

 

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