Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)

  • Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)
  • Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)
  • Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)
  • Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)
  • Paju Booksori Festival (파주 북소리)

Explanation

Paju Book City is a leading publishing and cultural hub in Korea, started in 2011 with the establishment of a street lined with bookstores to transform the area from a place of publication to a place for enjoying book culture. A total of 42 bookstores opened within the city's first year. In view of participating in international activities, the city joined the International Organization of Booktowns (IOB) in June 2012. The IOB is an organization of 16 booktowns in 13 countries.

Paju Booksori Festival is the largest book festival in Asia. Launched in the fall of 2011, the festival draws around 100 publishers, and leading organizations related to the publishing industry, books, education, and culture.


Inquiry

Paju-si, Paju Book City Culture Foundation • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)


Homepage

www.pajubooksori.kr


Information Use

Event Start Date : 2021년 11월 19일

Event end date : 2021년 11월 21일

Venue : Areas of Paju Book City

Show time : Refer to the website

Organizer info : Paju-si, Paju Book City Culture Foundation

Contact the organizer : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Charges (Hours) : Refer to the official website


More information

Introduction
Paju Book City is a leading publishing and cultural hub in Korea, started in 2011 with the establishment of a street lined with bookstores to transform the area from a place of publication to a place for enjoying book culture. A total of 42 bookstores opened within the city's first year. In view of participating in international activities, the city joined the International Organization of Booktowns (IOB) in June 2012. The IOB is an organization of 16 booktowns in 13 countries.

Paju Booksori Festival is the largest book festival in Asia. Launched in the fall of 2011, the festival draws around 100 publishers, and leading organizations related to the publishing industry, books, education, and culture.

Location

145, Hoedong-gil, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do