Play Squid Game in NYC to Win Trip to Korea
Mojitos on Jeju Island anyone?
Win a chance to live out your Korean travel dreams by playing games inspired by the hit international Netflix show. The Korea Tourism Organization New York Office is inviting 80 people to visit Korean attractions in New York City and play fun Korean games. First prize is a round-trip flight to Korea!
Other prizes include an Apple Watch 7, Apple Airpods, and various gift cards, and all 80 participants will receive a Squid Game green tracksuit. The games will be hosted on October 26th, and you can enter until October 20th to be selected to participate here.
Some of the Korean attractions available in New York:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Korean Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Korean Art is a permanent exhibition hall that exhibits Korean art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It is located on the right side of the central staircase on the 2nd floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the exhibits are full of the simple and rich formative beauty of Korean art.
Korean Cultural Center New York
The Korean Cultural Center New York (KCCNY) is a government institution inaugurated in December 1979 to establish and promote Korean culture and aesthetics in New York. KCCNY provides diverse cultural and artistic activities including gallery exhibitions, performing arts concerts, film festivals, and educational programs.
Line friends NY Times Square Store
LINE FRIENDS began with the introduction of sticker characters ‘BROWN & FRIENDS’ for leading mobile messenger app LINE and its active worldwide user base of 200 million. Since then, the company has emerged as a global creative studio based on its range of exclusive Intellectual Property’s(IP) including ‘BT21’– characters created in collaboration with worldwide pop-sensation BTS.
Koreatown (K-town), Manhattan
Koreatown, or K-Town, is an ethnic Korean enclave in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, centered on 32nd Street between Madison Avenue, Sixth Avenue, and Broadway. Koreatown, Manhattan has become described as the “Korean Times Square” and has emerged as the international economic outpost.