The Korean Night committee is deep into preparing for Korean Night 2015, an annual celebration of the rich history and culture of Korea. This year’s theme is Hangeul Day, which commemorates the efforts of King Sejong and his team of scholars in developing Korea’s world-renowned writing system Hangeul. Taking place at Willke Auditorium on October 3, 2015, Korean Night will feature games and activities for all ages. Guests will sample Korean food while they enjoy traditional performances from Indiana University and community organizations highlighting Korean music, dance, and martial arts. Confirmed performances include a Fan dance and Janggu dance by the Asian American Women’s Club, Kid’s Taekwondo and Yoga from the Bloomington Korean School, a K-Pop song and dance from the Korean Students’ Association, a Korean martial arts demonstration by the IU Martial Arts clubs, Samulnori from IU Samulnori, and Pansori from Dr. ChanEung Park. The event will close with a Korean movie showing, snacks provided. Mark Korean Night on your calendars and join us for a slice of Korea here on the IU campus!
If you have any interest in volunteering for the event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.