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Seoul Players lines up ‘Rocky Horror’ show

Gearing up for their annual Halloween show, Seoul Players are looking for cast members for a shadow cast production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”The auditions on Saturday will be for shows on ...

Updated : 2015.09.02 18:40

Busan plays offer ‘Absurdity in the Park’

The stage area at the Dalmaji theater. (Eunju Jung)In Christopher Durang's “The Actor’s Nightmare,” the central character is thrust unknowingly into a play of which he has no knowledge or script, b...

Updated : 2015.09.02 18:36

Irish folk festival to get feet moving in Seoul

Keen to keep Irish spirits up and feet moving, the Irish Association of Korea will be hosting a festival of traditional Irish music and dance this month.The festival follows on from last year’s Ceili...

Updated : 2015.09.02 18:35

Talk to explore U.S. mining in Joseon Korea

The Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch will reopen its lectures after a summer break with a presentation on American gold miners in the Joseon era by Robert Neff.After some background on Korea’s reputation for gold and mineral wealth and early attempts at Western concessions in the 1880s,...

Updated : 2015.09.02 18:34

Concert to bring together Korean, foreign traditions

Seoul’s Senior Public Diplomacy Group will host a free folk music and dance concert at the National Museum of Korea on Sept. 6.The concert, which brings together performers from nine countries, including Korea, was set up as part of the group’s efforts to promote Korean culture and bring...

Updated : 2015.08.26 19:00

Exotic Beasts art group to prowl in Busan

Busan’s creative community is set to get a boost from a brand new creature feature.Exotic Beasts is a new group designed to give artists in Busan and nearby areas exposure through exhibitions and a w...

Updated : 2015.08.26 19:00

N.K. film hopes to inspire action

A new documentary by an expat director sets out to highlight the struggles of people campaigning for change in North Korea, and hopes to inspire viewers to join the fight.Director of “While They Watc...

Updated : 2015.08.26 18:59

Ulsan expats gear up for sports day gathering

Ulsan’s expats are set to compete in a sports day Sunday, as the organizers hope to build on the return of the annual event last year.Athletes will compete in soccer and other sports at the event, wi...

Updated : 2015.08.26 18:58

Expat comics to descend on Korea for stand-up contest

Expat comedians based across Asia will battle it out in the Korea International Comedy Competition next weekend.A follow-up of last summer’s Seoul International Comedy Competition, this year’s event...

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:44

PSCORE to host rock show in aid of N.K. defectors

A rock concert in Itaewon will raise money for North Korean defectors Saturday. The concert is part of the Rock Out series of shows to raise money for People for Successful Corean Reunification (PSCORE)’s North Korean Defector Education Fund. The fund pays for free tutoring for defectors....

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:44

Camarata seeks young singers for kids’ choir

The Camarata Children's Choir performs at the Chungdong First Methodist Church in central SeoulCamarata Music Company is seeking young singers for its children’s choir in the fall session to begin at...

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:44

Seoul Players seeks actors for 10 Minute Play Festival

The Seoul Players are holding auditions next weekend for the 5th Annual 10 Minute Play Festival, in November. The festival features 16 previously unperformed plays by writers inside and out of Korea, each lasting 10 minutes.Seoul Players is looking for actors of all types and there is no n...

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:43

Free labor law seminar offered in Itaewon

Itaewon Global Village Center will host a free seminar on labor law for people on teaching, professional and entertainment visas on Aug. 29.Labor counsellor Song Jae-ho, who works at YIO Labor Law Office and offers labor law counseling for the center, will lead the seminar for those on E-2...

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:43

National Gugak Center offers traditional music classes

The National Gugak Center is offering a program of traditional music classes for foreigners this fall.There are courses available for three instruments: janggu, an hourglass shaped drum; haegum, a simple fiddle-like instrument; and gayageum, a 12-stringed zither. Beginner and intermediate ...

Updated : 2015.08.19 18:37

U.S. stand-up Sean Patton to perform in Korea

U.S. comedian Sean Patton will be performing this weekend at expat comedy shows in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province, and Busan.Patton, who has made various TV appearances in the U.S. and released his fir...

Updated : 2015.08.13 14:33