All posts tagged Performances


  • trickartmuseum
    Have fun at Kid-friendly exhibitions
    January 18, 2012, No comments

    It’s winter vacation. Unless they’re being shuttled to hagwon after hagwon while doing their vacation homework, kids have lots of free time on their hands, more than ample time to bug the heck out of their moms and…

  • 11dec_mullae_shuttermural2
    Mullae – Art and old steel
    December 30, 2011, No comments

    Seoul is forever changing. The modern urban sprawl is in a flux of constant movement, demolishing and renovating itself in short bursts of time. However, as a contemporary Seoul grows, an old Seoul is disappearing and…

  • Mother Nature made sure to clean everything for her guests.
    Riding with KORAIL Tourism Development
    December 6, 2011, No comments

    I travel. I mean I travel a lot. Given any week, one will find me navigating the streets of Seoul, traveling to one of the far-reaching provinces, or taking in some of the unique history and culture of Korea. It takes a lot…

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    Shall we Tango?
    October 5, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by Chloe Hwang, one of the Korean Cultural Service in New York’s Cultural Reporters A review of <It Takes Two to Tango> at Gallery Korea and short interview with Ben Byung-Hyun Rhee from…

  • Pungmulnori, a traditional farmer’s dance to the Jindo Arirang
    Korean dance blossoms in Queens
    September 30, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by Elizabeth Shim, one of the Korean Cultural Service in New York’s Cultural Reporters. Queens County. It’s the most diverse borough in New York and the United States, if not the world. A colorful…

  • Han Kyeong-rok of Crying Nut
    Welcome to the Underground
    September 30, 2011, No comments

    Korea has some of the most hardworking, but underappreciated independent bands in the world. In a country dominated by pop music, independent bands struggle in the underground to make a name for themselves. Every band…