Again, culturally Hungarians are almost Slavic by every measure except language. I participated in Croatian folklore when I was younger and we performed for Hungarian venues as well (they like our stuff, what can I say haha) and Hungarian culture is so compatible with Slavic culture it’s literally just plug and play. The only non slavic feature they retained is their language but keep in mind they’ve been surrounded by Slavs for centuries and even Hungary itself was inhabited by Slavs ( I’d say mostly Slovaks, and maybe some Slovene and Croat in the south) that have been magyarized linguistically but slavic tradition never died there.