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Bangin’ Nanta Performance
Bangin’ Nanta Performance

Nanta stirs up Korea’s traditional rhythm (Samulnori), comedy, and drama altogether in a Kitchen setting. Nanta can be one of the performances that any tourist, expats, or Korean nationals can see without the barrier of verbal language. So, does age matter? No, everyone is welcomed and anyone can comprehend this special performance. Nanta first started […]

Sachoom – Shufflin’ Through All The Dances
Sachoom – Shufflin’ Through All The Dances

“Sachoom” is a nonverbal dance musical that can be appreciated by all generations from all countries. “Sachoom” presents a simple plot full of various dance genres including hip-hop, jazz, contemporary dance, break dancing, and more. Since the first Sachoom performance stage opened in October of 2004, the dance musical has been done 1,900 times. In […]

Poppin’ Out of Social Hierarchy Through “Ballerina Who Loved A B-boy”
Poppin’ Out of Social Hierarchy Through “Ballerina Who Loved A B-boy”

“Ballerina Who Loved A B-boy” depicts the modern day Romeo and Juliet. The world renowned non-verbal performance, “Ballerina Who Loved A B-boy” is starting their performances again in Korea. To make their Korean performance special, they are running Christmas specials for anyone who is looking to do something fun for the holidays. This show has […]