Korean culture celebrated at K-Food Festival in Norwood

The third annual K-Food Festival was held in Norwood on Sunday.
Revelers were treated to live performances and traditional Korean food.
The World Mission Society Church of God hosted the festival. Congregant Nikarly Santiago explained that the event is important to the church.
"The Church of God was started in South Korea. We really wanted to highlight the very amazing Korean culture today," she said .
A section full of traditional gowns was also set up. Revelers could dress up in the traditional Korean attire and have their photo taken in front of a backdrop that featured an old style Korean building.
News 12’s Brittany Cadet was at the festival with more.