Hanwha said on July 8 that it participated in the 35th International Fireworks Festival in Montreal, Canada, on July 4 (local time) and showcased its splendid and excellent fireworks technology around the world.
With more than 30 years of history, the Montreal International Fireworks Festival is considered one of the world's top three fireworks festivals along with Japan's Omagari Fireworks Festival and Australia's Harbor Bridge Fireworks Festival.
Although it is paid, it is watched by a large number of people every year. This year, six countries -- South Korea, Italy, Portugal, the United States, Canada and Australia -- participated.
Hanwha participated in the event under the theme "Dreaming in Montreal" and presented a musical fireworks show that blends music for about 30 minutes, impressing visitors. Many watchers said that Hanwha successfully described the world of innocence of childhood as an emotional flame.
In particular, the flames, which had been hugely popular at the Hanwha Seoul World Fireworks Festival, were introduced to the world for the first time.
Many cheered such flames as the "Niagara Flame," which looks like a waterfall falling from a bridge, the "Firebird Flame" that freely flies in the sky and the "Fountain Flame," which blends colors and shapes, and the "Tower Flame."