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Green Plugged Festival to dazzle rock fans

By Korea Herald

Published : May 24, 2012 - 19:12

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More than 100 Korean rock and indie groups will perform on five different stages amid the greenery of Seoul Nanji Hangang Park at the annual Green Plugged Festival on Saturday and Sunday.

The lineup for the festival, which runs under the motto “The Goodwill and Small Deed for a Better Tomorrow,” will include famous Korean bands such as Jaurim, No Brain, Crying Nut and Boowhal. Up-and-coming bands such as Ulala Session and Daybreak will also be performing, with a handful of popular indie bands like Monni and Lips Bite expected to steal the spotlight as well.

A shuttle bus will operate between the concert venue and the Mapo-gu Office subway station.

Tickets can be purchased online at One day passes cost 55,000 won each. For more information, visit the Green Plugged 2012 website at

By Sim Guk-by, Intern reporter (