BUSAN, Aug. 28 (Korea Bizwire) – An international flash mob dining event successfully took place at Haeundae Beach in Busan over the weekend.
It was the second time a Diner en Blanc was held in South Korea this year, following another event in Seoul that took place in May.
In 2012, Singapore became the first Asian city to host the event.
South Korea joined the likes of Paris, New York and Hong Kong in 2016 when a Diner en Blanc was first held in Seoul.
The concept of the event, which is often held in an iconic city location with guests dressed in white clothing gathering to set up a temporary dining area in a public space, dates back to 1988 in Paris when François Pasquier began planning a similar event on a smaller scale with a group of friends.
The event is now being held in over 70 cities worldwide.
During the event, guests can enjoy French-themed dishes, live bands and DJ performances.
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