The anticipated Korea-India festival would take place on Tuesday starting 4 pm at secretariat plaza, Kohima. “It’s is huge honour for me to come to Nagaland, India for the first time and perform in a festival” a delighted VJ and singer Isak told the press on Monday evening at Heritage complex.
Isak also said that she would be meeting people on December 3 at Kisama and also interact with Arirang fan club. “It’s an honour to be in Nagaland” said singer Illac.
Lee Sung Wan, VP Arirang TV thanked Nagaland government for inviting them to Hornbill festival and hoped the friendship between Korean and Nagas would continue to grow in the long run.
Earlier Abu Metha, Producer XL gave the introduction of the Korean team.
All is set and ready to go. Gates would open for public starting 2 pm, a thrilled Theja Meru, director Korea –India festival said, at the same time anticipated that over ten thousands would be converging at plaza to witness the International mega show. The event manager of show is XL.
Meanwhile the organizers have issued following advisories that include right of admission reserved by the organizers, no bags, helmets, tins, bottles or cans are allowed at the venue, no food or drinks from outside are allowed at the venue, no cigarettes, lighters/match box allowed at the venue, the management also reserved the right to frisk ticket holders at the entrance (For security reasons), consumption of alcohol, tobacco and other illegal substances are strictly prohibited, no re-entry allowed and management will not be responsible for any loss of property or valuables.
Tickets for the show are available at Dream Café, Ser bazaar, TCP Gate, Blue Xotic, Keditsu’s building PR hill and Rutsa Bakery, Old NST at Rs.20 (per head) with limited entry passes, while tickets will also be made available at the venue.
Meanwhile the state government has requested the min bus and taxi association to ply their vehicles on December 2 night en-route to new secretariat plaza for the benefit of commuters. (Correspondent)