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Daejeon Saturday Festival (대전 토토즐페스티벌 2019) 대전 토토즐페스티벌 2019

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783, Daejeon-ro, Dong-gu, Daejeon (대전광역시 동구 대전로 783 (원동))

Daejeon Saturday Festival guarantees five different fun including things to eat, things to see, things to enjoy, things to buy, and things to play. Held every Saturdays from 18:00-23:00, visitors can enjoy a night out at the market.

Utilization information

・Age limit : Open to visitors of all ages

・Finished : 20191005

・Location : In the areas of Daejeon Sky Road and Daejeon Jungang Market

・Beginning : 20190504

・Location : [Subway]<br> Daejeon Station (Daejeon Subway Line 1), Exit 1.

・Performance Times : 18:00-23:00

・Duration : Approx. 3 hrs.

・Operating Hours : Free


Daejeon Saturday Festival guarantees five different fun including things to eat, things to see, things to enjoy, things to buy, and things to play. Held every Saturdays from 18:00-23:00, visitors can enjoy a night out at the market.


Daejeon Jungang Market night market, Sky Road EDM party, flea market, street events, DJing performance, outdoor club, food trucks, and more


783, Daejeon-ro, Dong-gu, Daejeon


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