KOTA KINABALU: Yongho High School, in Gyeonggido Province of South Korea, plans to celebrate the Kaamatan Festival as an annual affair through a youth cultural exchange programme with students in Sabah.
The Koreans, who made their maiden visit here last year, are back this year with 38 students aged between 10-17 years, said Jasmine Lee, an English teacher in the school, which is located about an hour’s drive from the capital of Seoul.
The primary, middle and high school students participated yesterday at the culmination of the month-long Kaamatan celebrations at Hongkod Koisaan by setting up a food stall.
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