Ultra Korea Releases 2016 Aftermovie!

Get hyped for Ultra Korea 2017 with the aftermovie from the 2016 edition!


As the longest running ULTRA Worldwide event outside of the big show in Miami every year, Ultra Korea has become a must-attend event for anyone looking for great beats and a weekend full of fun. Whether you’ve already attended this event, or simply looking for your next overseas adventure, this aftermovie might make you pull the trigger and purchase your plane tickets and festival pass immediately.

Slated for June 10th and 11th this Summer, Ultra Korea intends to impress once again. Having already received recognition as one of the best festivals in Asia, the fifth edition of Ultra Korea boasted of an attendance reaching beyond 150,000 people over two days. Add on a global audience of over 700,000 and you can see clearly that this two-day EDM extravaganza is marked for even bigger things this June. Stay tuned for the phase one lineup, which should be dropping soon!

Advance tickets, available HERE, are priced at 165,000 KRW for Korean residents and $165 USD for those based overseas for the full two-day experience. Act now because once the lineup drops the demand is sure to go up!

The stunning 4K Aftermovie video below focuses on the local talent as attendees travel to the festival, highlighting the busy city of Seoul along the way. Also featured is a graffiti artist that has made their home at the Olympic Stadium, which was the home of Ultra Korea last year. In a cool twist, the art that is being showcased in the video was one of the six live art activations from last year’s event. Bringing together artists from around the world, we can only hope to see more creativity and togetherness at Ultra Korea this year!

Watch the Ultra Korea 2016 Aftermovie on YouTube:


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