Catch it while you can: K-fest at SM Supermalls

posted October 10, 2020 at 07:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Fans of all things Korean have one more day left to check out the K-fest at SM Supermalls. 

Catch it while you can: K-fest at SM Supermalls
Diners can enjoy their meals with an oppa-pillow companion and exclusive Korean content courtesy of Viu and WatchSM during the K-fest.
The event, which started on October 3 and runs until October 11, features a variety of activities and pop-ups that celebrate the Korean culture. 

K-market digital catalogue

SM’s digital catalogue features everything Korean—including food favorites, restaurants, K-beauty must-haves from The SM Store, Watsons, and more.


Korean restaurants at SM, including Samgyeopmasarap, offer great dining deals to satisfy guests during the festival. Can’t go out just yet? Indulge in a Korean feast at home and check out the K-food bundles and promos available at SM Supermarkets (


Shoppers can avail of K-beauty bundles from The SM Store, Watsons, The Face Shop, and more, as well as score some tips and advice from makeup and beauty experts as they go live on SM Supermalls Facebook page for an exclusive K-beauty tutorial.  

Dine with your oppa

SM lets guests dine with famous K-drama actors imprinted on fun, colorful pillows at the Korean-themed designated dining area. While dining in, customers get special access to exclusive Korean content from Viu and WatchSM by simply scanning the QR code located on top of the table. 

K-pop battle

Aspiring K-pop idols can show off their dance moves on TikTok. Take a video (maximum of three members) dressed up as K-pop idols and dance to any 2020 K-pop song, post it on SM Supermalls K-Pop Sing and Dance Battle Facebook post’s comment thread with the hashtags #SMDaresYOU and #KFestAtSM2020. Lucky winners get a chance to win SM GCs and Viu premium subscriptions. 

Topics: SM Supermalls , K-fest , K-dramas , Korean culture , The SM Store
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