The Korea Herald/Asia News Network
View of the Jungmun Beach in Jeju Island, South Korea. (Shutterstock/EQRoy)
The first 2018 Jeju Hallyu Festival will kick off on Nov. 4 at Jeju Stadium.
Korea Management Federation, which has been running the Korea Music Festival at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul for the previous two years, is behind the new annual K-pop festival on Jeju Island.
Wanna One, AOA, Red Velvet, EXID, Oh My Girl, Momoland, NCT Dream, 9 Muses, GFriend, Hwang Chi-yeol, N.Flying, Pentagon, Stray Kids, The Boyz, Dreamcatcher and more will perform for the festival this year.
Tickets for the stands can be purchased at www.ticketlink.co.kr, while tickets closer to the stage are available from www.kstar.tv.
For more information, visit http://jejuhallyufestival.org/